Friday, July 1, 2016

Murder in an Irish Village by Carlene O'Conner 334 pages

This is a quick and easy read, perfect for a hot summer's day.  One of the reviews said " If Janet Evanovich and Maeve Binchey wrote a book together... This would be the result."  This statement may be a bit of an exaggeration, but none the less, Siobhan O'Sullivan has her hands full.  Not only is she the guardian for her 5 brothers and sisters since their parents were tragically killed, but she runs the family bistro and is famous for her brown bread.  Then her brother, James is accused of murder!  She decides to find the real murderer while juggling all her other duties and trying to decide between the local Garda and the movie star handsome American.  Sound familiar?  1st in a new series and I will read have no problem reading the next one.  BTW...blogged while drinking a bicyclist @ Free State  Brewery in Lawrence.  Aw gawd, isn't retirement grand!?!

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