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The Hurler

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ISBN: 9781399905848
AuthorTalbot, Jack
Pub Date04/12/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey
Publisher: Unknown
Quick overview When family man and local hurler Jim Rourke goes missing in Oldcastle, a troubled call from his wife sends Sergeant Britney Kent delving into his disappearance. Initially, the incident is dismissed as trivial by her colleagues. When another man is found murdered at a local hurling field, Britney is convinced there is a connection.
€14.92

The murder is closely followed by that of a high-profile sports correspondent. With victims piling up, Britney finds herself on the trail of the sadistic killer known only as ‘The Courier.’

However, as Britney digs deeper, it is made clear her interference in the investigation is unwelcome. Deep suspicion of corruption and criminal connections come to light.

Britney finds herself wondering who she can trust. Is the killer really one of her own?

Only by unravelling the connection between the hurler, the criminal underworld and corruption at the highest levels, will the killer be revealed. But all is not what it seems. With time running out, can Britney save this latest victim and in doing so, save her career?

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The murder is closely followed by that of a high-profile sports correspondent. With victims piling up, Britney finds herself on the trail of the sadistic killer known only as ‘The Courier.’

However, as Britney digs deeper, it is made clear her interference in the investigation is unwelcome. Deep suspicion of corruption and criminal connections come to light.

Britney finds herself wondering who she can trust. Is the killer really one of her own?

Only by unravelling the connection between the hurler, the criminal underworld and corruption at the highest levels, will the killer be revealed. But all is not what it seems. With time running out, can Britney save this latest victim and in doing so, save her career?

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