The Body at Ballytierney by Noreen Wainwright #BookReview @farmerwainwrigh


Check out this review of the book, The Body at Ballytierney, by Noreen Waintright, as featured on the My Chestnut Reading Tree blog

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About this book…

When Simon Crowe’s body is discovered at Ballytierney, old secrets threaten to destroy the lives of the townspeople. Inspector Ben Cronin is coasting towards retirement, so the last thing he needs is a case that threatens to expose the town’s dark underbelly.

Maggie Cahill, a priest’s housekeeper, is at a crossroads in her personal life when she received a letter out of the blue from someone in her distant past. Her peace of mind and her livelihood are at risk as she seeks the truth of what happened to Simon Crowe, and why someone knows secrets she thought she’d buried long ago.

By the end of the investigation, will both Maggie’s and Cronin’s lives will be changed forever? And will Ballytierney ever be the same?

My review…

I’m always happy to go cosy with my crime reads from time to time and as author Noreen Wainwright has…

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