By Ken Bruen (ed.)
Fresh tales by means of: Ken Bruen, Eoin Colfer, Jason Starr, Laura Lippman, Olen Steinhauer, Peter Spiegelman, Kevin Wignall, Jim Fusilli, John Rickards, Patrick J. Lambe, Charlie Stella, Ray Banks, James O. Born, Sarah Weinman, Pat Mullan, Gary Phillips, Craig McDonald, Duane Swierczynski, Reed Farrel Coleman, and others.Irish crime-fiction sensation Ken Bruen and cohorts shine a mild at the darkish streets of Dublin. Dublin Noir positive factors an awe-inspiring forged of writers who among them have gained all significant secret and crime-fiction awards. This assortment introduces mystery corners of a desirable urban and shock attacks at the "Celtic Tiger" of recent Irish prosperity.
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With the day’s money. ” Little Mike knew the look on his friend’s face. “You’re not planning something, are you? ” “I hope that’s not the case for the defense, because he killed himself. Nothing to do with you. ” “Myaark,” said PJ, falling forward from the sofa. His arm came free with a sound like an oyster being sucked out of a shell. Christy and Little Mike screamed like school girls and ran straight out the door. ” moaned PJ behind them. A bit less dead than previously believed. In the corridor Christy was blessed with an idea.
PJ was stumbling out the door like a zombie, swinging his knife before him like a blind man’s cane. His bad arm looked like it had been dipped in crimson paint. “Mistaaaark,” he groaned. Warren was shocked. “Fuckin’ hell, PJ. ” Christy and Little Mike didn’t hear the reply to this unusual question, because they were in the BMW and reversing across the car park. Warren—fair play to him—reacted quickly enough, putting several rounds into the windscreen. Mike stuck his head out the side window. “Bullet-proof glass, asshole.
Speak of the devil. The man himself approached. “Ed, I see you’re back. Good. We need your talent here. ” “Well, I’m looking forward to it, Minister. ” “Well, you’re back. ” Looking at his wife, he said, “Pia, you and Ed are old friends. Introduce him around. ” And with that he was gone. Working the audience. Consolidating his mandate. Ed Burke knew that it was a mistake. But he was addicted. Always had been. In the days that followed, he and Pia threw caution to the wind. They were inseparable and indiscrete.
Dublin Noir by Ken Bruen (ed.)