In Dublin's Fair City by Rhys Bowen

In the sixth edition of Molly Murphy series. Molly accepts an assignment to find a sister of a well known Irish Producer who was left in Ireland when the family arrived in America on a famine ship. The Producer did not know about the sister until his Mother died. Molly feels she is save enough to return to Ireland. Difficulties began before the ship sails. Molly find a murder girl in her cabin and encounters Scotland Yard on the trip over. Molly traces the baby starting at the church to Dublin. The ending will surprise you. As read this series I look forward to the next one.

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5 Responses to IN DUBLIN’S FAIR CITY By Rhys Bowen

  1. Dagny says:

    This is one of my must read series. I am up to the one published last year.

    • I have few more to go. Hope the library will have my books next week. Read Mary Marks books, a new author and very good. I like the ARC so much I brought the first two books and read them.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for posting your review.

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