Dan Starkey is a journalist in Belfast, who shares with his wife Patricia, an appetite for drinking and dancing. Dan meets Margaret, and things begin to get out of hand - terrifyingly, she is murdered. Before long, Dan is a target himself, racing as fast as he can against time to crack the mystery.
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"Adam Moore's gravelly voice and Irish brogue give listeners an entree into the underbelly of Belfast in a noirish story that moves from disaster to pub and back again. A murder takes place amid the political violence in Northern Ireland in the 1990s, when Protestant-Catholic enmities are still roiling. Moore engages listeners throughout each drunken and misspent moment so that even the most preposterous events are made believable. His voice is so deep that he has some trouble with the female character, but give him a gangster, a shady politician, or an undercover agent, and all is more than well. B.H.B. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"
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