Blue is the Night (The Blue Trilogy, Book 3)

Blue is the Night (The Blue Trilogy, Book 3)

Eoin McNamee


1949. Lance Curran is determined to prosecute a tender guy for a brutal homicide, within the 'Robert the Painter' case, one that threatens to rip society aside. within the searing July warmth, corruption and justice vie as Harry Ferguson, pass judgement on Curran's fixer, contemplates the souls of guys adrift, and his personal fall from grace with the attractive and wilful Patricia. inside of 3 years, Curran can be a pass judgement on, his nineteen 12 months previous daughter useless, by the hands of a nonetheless unknown assassin, and his spouse Doris condemned to an asylum for the remainder of her days.

In Blue Is the Night, it's Doris who ultimately emerges from the fog of deceit and blame to solid new mild into the homicide of her daughter - as McNamee once more explores and dramatizes a infamous and nefarious case.

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