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    The Sean Duffy series has been my favourite read for the last few years. As a Catholic whose family fled Belfast in 1972, I find the description of people, places and events evocative and compelling. As always, the sense of menace and impending doom grips the reader throughout yet when it seems that all is lost for Duffy and his crew, a neat but totally credible twist in the plot ensures they live to fight another day. Like Ian Rankin's Rebus, in Duffy we have a central character who is flawed, intelligent, intuitive and dogged in pursuit of justice and morality. The added dimension of his education, culture, and passion for music builds a robust image of a man readers would love to know better and befriend - even though it would land them in serious trouble. Like the others in the series, I found it hard to put this book down and I hope to hear more of Duffy in the future!

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