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eBook In Dublin's Fair City (Molly Murphy Mysteries) ePub
Author: Rhys Bowen
Language: English
ISBN: 0312328192
ISBN13: 978-0312328191
Publisher: Minotaur Books; 1st edition (March 6, 2007)
Pages: 272
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 659
Formats: lrf mobi docx txt
ePub file: 1542 kb
Fb2 file: 1582 kb

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Molly Murphy's beau Captain Daniel Sullivan may be out of jail on bail, but he's still a ways from .

America has been very good to Tommy, and now that he's getting on in years, he'd like to pass some of that good fortune on to his family back in Ireland.

In Dublin's Fair City is another great book in the Molly Murphy series.

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The Molly Murphy Mysteries. St. Martin’s Minotaur New York. This is a work of fiction. All the characters, places, and events portrayed in this book either are products of the author's imagination or are used ictitiously. Oh Danny Boy. In Like Flynn. For the Love of Mike. Murphy's Law. The Constable Evans Mysteries. In dublin’s fair city. Printed in the United States of America.

In Dublin's Fair City. A Molly Murphy Mystery. Molly Murphy Mysteries (Volume 6). Rhys Bowen. RHYS BOWEN is the author of the Anthony and Agatha Award-winning Molly Murphy mysteries, the Edgar Award-nominated Evan Evans series, In Farleigh Field, and the Royal Spyness series. Born in England, she lives in San Rafael, California. Minotaur Books has written another outstanding mystery. Library Journal on Oh Danny Boy. Its enjoyable charm and wit will appeal to a cross-section of mystery fans. Baltimore Sun on Oh Danny Boy. It's hard not to be charmed by this young immigrant woman who fled murder charges in Ireland to become a detective in turn-of-the-century New York.

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Home Popular Series Books In Dublin's Fair City (Molly Murphy Mysteries, In Dublin's Fair City (Molly Murphy Mysteries, Author:Rhys Bowen. In Dublin's Fair City (Molly Murphy Mysteries, Rhys Bowen. It was brought out any time I expressed my childhood ambitions to see Dublin one day, to dance at a ball like a real lady, to own a horse and carriage, or just to free myself from our dreary life in Ballykillin. The end of the sentence was rarely said, but always implied- or you may get it. Now it had inally come back to haunt me.

Rhys Bowen was a 2007 Ashland Mystery author on the release of her sixth Molly Murphy mystery, In Dublin's .

Rhys Bowen was a 2007 Ashland Mystery author on the release of her sixth Molly Murphy mystery, In Dublin's Fair City. Bowen's visit to Ashland, Oregon included a trip to Tashi Choling in the remote Colestin Valley, lunch at the historic Jacksonville Inn and of course - the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In this excerpt from Ashland Mystery rvtv noir, Bowen reads from the opening passages of In Dublin's Fair City, published by Minotaur in 2007.

Molly Murphy's beau Captain Daniel Sullivan may be out of jail on bail, but he's still a ways from clearing his name, and his foul mood has Molly in search of a little breathing room when providence steps in in the form of a proposition from New York City's renowned theatrical impresario Tommy Burke.
So I'm sad to write this because I really liked this series but "In Dublin's Fair City" is just too contrived for my taste. It starts out plausibly and like all the other books in this series, involves a number of mysteries. This time, Molly has been paid to go back to Ireland to find a long lost sister of one of Molly's clients. On her way to Ireland, she gets involved in a scheme to pretend to be somebody else and that scheme basically leads to her reluctant involvement in Ireland's fight for independence from England. This fighting for Ireland part, the people she gets involved in, all the various coincidences, the plots they hatch, all of it is just not believable.

Another big problem is that there is a big lead up to the final scene but then it ends abruptly and Molly narrates two paragraphs about the aftermath of everything that was going on. It's just a complete let down and frankly, kind of a cop out.

Unfortunately, I did not like this one. Here's hoping that the next on is better.
As always, a five star performance by Molly. This time, in Dublin, she knows that she can never go home again. It is a bit poignant when she realizes that she has no family any longer. Her home is in America, and her friends are her family. Molly really comes of age in this one. Her adventures never fail to entertain and this is no exception. I admire her spirit. It is great escape reading....pure entertainment.
Molly Murphy escaped to New York after she was attacked by the son of the estate that her family lived on. Once there, she found that she could make a sometimes living as a detective. Now she has been hired by another transplanted Irishman to go to Ireland to find his long-lost sister, abandoned when his family fled famine and she was too sick to be allowed on the ship.
I like this series a lot, and this is one of the best yet. It can be read on its own, but I think it's better as part of the series, so if you can, begin with "Murphy's Law."
Rhys Bowen delights the reader with her unique style of captivating our hearts and minds when writing of Molly Murphy. Molly is there for the long haul - no matter the situation or the case she undertakes in her fledgling New York City detective agency. Molly is able to take care of business and family and friends at all times, just by her wits and cleverness and good sense.

There is only one negative about the entire Molly Murphy series for which Rhys Bowen cannot seem to manage a solution - the book is over far too quickly!! The reader wants to "play with Molly" just a little longer, because being in her presence, the reader shares the fun and quirkiness of Molly's life. Anyone who follows the series is not too sure of a long-term future Molly might have with Daniel Sullivan, the love interest we've embraced through six books, Murphy's Law, Death of Riley, For the Love of Mike, In like Flynn, Oh Danny Boy and now the delightful, In Dublin's Fair City. But most assuredly, the intrigue Bowen creates will cause you to champion her next book, whenever it arrives.

If you want a little fun diversion in your reading, something joyful and fascinating, start with the first book and take the carnival ride through the entire series. You will not regret it - in fact, you will love the experience like a fond memory of that wonderful "day at the beach".
The Molly Murphy Series is just a lot of fun. There is danger, intrigue, history and romance. Her friends are interesting, and the cultural traditions of the times are disturbing! The time period is early 20th Century New York City, for the most part. Molly gets herself in all kinds of difficult situations, which she also manages to get herself out of, using her gift of detection and logic. The characters seem like best friends after reading the series for awhile, and after I finish a book, I miss them. If you like historical detective fiction, and you like it light, you would probably enjoy this series.
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The characters, the plot and he storyline improve with every book, but the tendency for quick endings are a bit off-putting. It's almost as if the Editor has said, "That's enough. Tie it up " personally I would like a soft landing, but each book is good enough to make me get the next, and the next is better yet...
When Molly's offered the chance to go home as well as earn some well-needed money, it sounds too good to be true. Then she's offered even more money to pose as someone else. Everything starts to go wrong before she even makes it to Ireland, and as she tries to complete her job, she soon finds herself in a battle for her life. In Dublin's Fair City is another great book in the Molly Murphy series.
Molly won’t give up even though the odds are against her. She is loyal, dedicated to do what she hired to do even when she wants to quit . I liked seeing Dublin through her eyes as she views it differently than she remembers it.
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