To many, Shannon’s was the quintessential Irish pub—a brawl or two wasn’t out of the question, especially when interlopers decided to take matters into their own hands. The place where fishermen chose to meet, the fragrance of gutted fish was first to greet those brave enough to open the door. Most important?
Tourists weren’t particularly welcomed.
Keegan checked his watch, questioning whether he made the right decision—tipping a pint with someone he didn’t know wasn’t his thing, causing him to question ulterior motives. And, when he thought about it, there really wasn’t any reason for Smokey to set up a meeting. So, the question became . . .
What did he have to gain?
Fresh from his latest Washington D.C. case, Detective Decklin Kilgarry knows he needs a change—a different time. A different place. Deciding to visit family in Cobh, Ireland, he places his career on hold—until murders begin to stack up and the livelihood of the village is threatened. Convinced his expertise can bring the killer to justice, there are those less than thrilled when he joins the case, prompting him to go undercover into the seamy side of Irish life.