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  • Deadman's Hand...tells no lies!

    When a Poker tournament comes to town Kilbane’s Garda is busy with the crowds, both at the tournament in a local pub, and the crowds as the festival. Siobhan O’Sullivan, big sister, head of her family of siblings, and newest garda, is juggling work, family, and romance. The first night of the poker tournament has the crowds out in full force at the pub to see the top three seeded players. After a rare hand is dealt and he hotshot number one seed player wins that evening, he is accused of cheating when a cold deck is found next to him. The Poker official will have to make a decision by morning as to whether “The Octopus” will be allowed to continue or eliminated for cheating. That doesn’t stop the festivities and town moves to another local pub for more festivities and poker. The Octopus is on a roll and wins several large bets from locals who should never have been playing against the pros. But it’s a party and everyone has a little too much to drink that evening, including The Octopus so the pub owners lets him sleep it off in his storage room so he doesn’t go back to the inn and wake his very pregnant wife. Early the next morning, Siobhan is making her garda rounds and discovers the man dead in the storage room. Was it suicide or murder? That is question the small garda force and towns people have. Can Siobhan and Macdara solve it before everyone leaves town, that is the challenge. Enjoyable whodunit with characters that pop from the pages. The ending took a clue from Clue and assembles all of the suspects in one room for the final reveal. While this is the fourth book in the series, it is the first I have read and there were no major gaps from not having read the

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  • Very enjoyable

    I have enjoyed this series so far and hope to read more novels in the series as they are published. O'Connor's writing style pulls me in to the mystery and also the lives of the O'Sullivan clan. I enjoyed the progression of Siobhan and Macdara's relationship. The books seem very true to Irish life and customs. I would recommend this cozy mystery series to those who enjoy a good mystery with a touch of romance.

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