Father Aloysius Walsh spent the last years of his life painstakingly collecting evidence of a yearlong killing spree, unparalleled savagery that blighted Ireland's borderlands at the end of the 1970s. Pinned to his bedroom wall, a macabre map charts the grim territory of death-victims, weapons, wounds, dates-and somehow, amid the forest of pins and notes, he had discerned a pattern. So why did Father Walsh deliberately drive through a cordon of policemen and off the road to his death? Why, when Inspector Celcius Daly arrives at the scene, does he find Special Branch already there? And why is Daly's mother's name on the priest's map?
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"Caroline Lennon delivers a lyrical, sensitive performance of Inspector Celcius Daly's third outing. Divorced and living alone in his family's rural lakeside home, Daly is called to investigate the death of a priest killed in a car wreck. The police believe it wasn't accidental. As Daly delves into the priest's life, he uncovers a conspiracy of brutal murders during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Lennon takes a contemplative tone with Daly's introspective musings, especially as he becomes more deeply embroiled in the priest's mystery and looks into his childhood and his mother's murder. Lennon keeps the tension high as Daly searches the priest's study, finds a map of killings and dates, and stumbles into a nest of spies with murder on their minds. S.J.H. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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