This is the perfect book to read during this period that we are preparing to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. It was a pleasant trip to Ireland, a wonderful country that I love so much but I have not had the luck to visit. The setting of this story is truly amazing, a little, quiet and friendly town in County Cork. The author was very good at recreating the atmosphere of those magical places, even more realistic thanks to the use of Irish slang (there is a glossary that explains their meaning)
Siobhan has had a terrible year. She has left her dream to study at the University of Dublin to take care of the family bistro, after losing her parents in a car accident. She must also take care of her many younger siblings. Things get complicated when a man is found dead in her local and one of her brothers is accused of murder. Siobhan will have to investigate to save both her brother that her activity.
The story is really well written, unpredictable, with several twists. It was hard to put it down because from the first chapters I really wanted to know the ending. All the characters are well developed, even the secondary. I like O 'Sullivan family , despite occasionally quarrel they are very united and very willing to help each other. This was a truly engaging and delightful read that I enjoyed from beginning to end.
This is a must-read for lovers of cozy mystery and Ireland.
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