Down on Cyprus Avenue

Paul Charles

In this new series from Paul Charles, formerly retired policeman Brendy McCusker is forced to return to work following his wife's flight to America with their nest-egg. On his first major case in Belfast he partners with DI Lily O'Carroll to locate t
Publication date:
November 2014
Publisher :
Dufour Editions
Language:
English
Format Available     Quantity Price
Hardback
ISBN : 9780802313584

Dimensions : 236 X 157 mm
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Overview
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In this new series from Paul Charles, formerly retired policeman Brendy McCusker is forced to return to work following his wife's flight to America with their nest-egg. On his first major case in Belfast he partners with DI Lily O'Carroll to locate the two missing sons of a wealthy businessman. But before that case is resolved, an American banker working in Belfast is brutally murdered down on leafy Cyprus Avenue and McCusker and O'Carroll are put on the case. While the list of suspects grows ever longer, McCusker find himself juggling his move to Belfast, O'Carroll's frequent blind dates, his status as a hired-back rent-a-cop, and being a single man while trying hard not to have his head turned by Belfast's beautiful women - one mysterious one in particular. There is no relief when McCusker and O'Carroll eventually find a suspect with an air-tight alibi , which only one of the detectives believes is genuine...


 


"Continuously absorbing, with a nice rapport between the hero and heroine." - Kirkus Reviews


 


"Introducing a new lead character and a new setting gives the book a real sense of freshness. Readers will definitely want to see more of Brendy McCusker." - Booklist


 


"Charles launches his new Brendy McCusker series with this twist-filled tale of betrayal and revenge." - Publishers Weekly


 


"Charles has created an endearing character in his new novel." - NY Journal of Books