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    This is an Irish Village I'd be afraid to live in.

    After the tragic death of both parents, the O'Sullivan Six are running Naomi's Bistro and looking out for one another. The O'Sullivans range in age from 10 -24 and as the eldest daughter at 22, Siobhan feels responsible to give up her plans to move to Dublin for university in order to keep the bistro open and the family together. When James, 24, is charged with the murder of Naill Murphy, elder brother of Billy who is in jail for killing the O'Sullivan parents while driving drunk, Siobhan's investigation to prove James innocent upsets her policeman friend Macdara and almost gets Siobhan killed. Gaelic spelling and expressions are mostly covered in the glossary provide in the book. The history of the area is very interesting as well as the Celtic myths revealed. A cozy mystery with a budding romance for our heroine Siobhan and the potential for a series based on the village of Kilbane and the O'Sullivan family.
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    New cozy mystery!

    Murder in an Irish Village by Carlene O’Connor is set in Kilbane, County Cork, Ireland (and first book in a new series). Siobhan O’Sullivan (twenty-two) is part of the O’Sullivan six. Siobhan run her family restaurant called Naomi’s Bistro and takes care of her younger siblings (the eldest is James, but he has a drinking problem). Niall Murphy has returned to town and is not receiving a warm welcome. Niall is the brother of Billy who killed the O’Sullivan’s parents (auto accident). Niall claims to have proof of his brother’s innocence. To get his brother a decent attorney, Niall needs money. One morning the O’Sullivan’s wake up to find a dead man in their dining room (they live over Naomi’s Bistro). James O’Sullivan is the number one suspect (he was drunk). It does not help his case that he got into an argument with Niall the previous evening. Siobhan sets out to prove her brother’s innocence (and their restaurant). Will Siobhan be able to find the killer? Also, can she find out if Billy did or did not kill her parents? Murder in an Irish Village is an interesting book, but it had too many Irish phrases and slang (which made it difficult to read). There is a dictionary at the beginning, but I do not wish to continually refer to a dictionary (disturbs the flow when reading and difficult when reading on an e-reader). I found that some information was repeated frequently throughout the book (the suspects and facts surrounding the murder). I did not understand why the writer felt the need to keep repeating the same information multiple times. Siobhan was not the most likeable character. She ran around alienating every friend the family had with her investigation (and wild accusations). I give Murder in an Irish Village 3.5 out of 5 stars. I received a complimentary copy of Murder in an Irish Village from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Murder in an Irish Village

    Excellent reading. Could not guess who the murderer was
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    A fine tale to be sure

    Once you get past the start, it moves along quite well, I liked the Irish family and the joking. I see the next book has one of the main characters in this book suspected of murder too. To the author I'd say get a new idea for the murderer not more of the same eh?
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    Kept my attention

    I enjoyed the story and her "voice". She caught a lot of the key elements of place and culture, which is also always a plus for me. I would read follow-ups.
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