d to James Finnegan’s demise, how one man’s dream led to a mysterious death being solved, and how a woman’s corpse seemingly fell from the sky in Clare. Foster’s Book of Irish Murder is full of victims and monsters, heroic detectives and false leads, killers escaping justice and mysterious unsolved cases.
|Publisher:||New Island Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
Allen Foster was born in Dublin in 1974 and works as a researcher and a writer. He previously wrote a biography of the eccentric American George Francis Train, inspiration for Jules Verne's classic fictional hero Phileas Fogg, as well as several bestselling trivia books. He currently lives on a dairy farm in County Meath, Ireland.