My New Favorite Book: The Midnight Choir by Gene Kerrigan

I did not expect The Midnight Choir to end up being my new favorite book.  It’s a very well written crime novel.  Entertaining. Strong characters.  Interesting plot. Borderline pager turner. But it wasn’t until towards the end when everything came together in a single shocking revelation that both linked and undermined all of the books multiple plot lines that The Midnight Choir became my new favorite book. … Continue reading My New Favorite Book: The Midnight Choir by Gene Kerrigan

Dark Times in the City by Gene Kerrigan

No good deed goes unpunished.  Not in Dublin, anyway. Danny Callaghan is fresh out of prison after eight years, trying to get his life back on track, an honest track, when two armed men enter the Dublin pub where he is quietly enjoying a drink.  When the two men approach a third man weapons drawn, Danny instinctively intervenes, attempting to save the third man’s life. … Continue reading Dark Times in the City by Gene Kerrigan

The Rage by Gene Kerrigan

Gene Kerrigan’s The Rage is an excellent police procedural/crime thriller, really a police/crime procedural.  The narrative in The Rage is largely split between a down on his luck police officer investigating a murder and a hapless group of criminals planning their first big robbery. The two narratives intersect when a retired nun spots the would be robbers parking their get-a-way car outside her apartment. If … Continue reading The Rage by Gene Kerrigan