Today, I was supposed to be reviewing Gretta Mulrooney’s new book, Low Lake. I’m a little gutted that I can’t because I just haven’t gotten time to read it. However, I will get around to it at some point soon and then I will publish a review.
Instead, today I will be telling you all about it.
An old house by a lake. A suspicious drowning. A suspect that the police let go.
What really happened at Low Lake?
Detective Tyrone Swift is hired to investigate the death of Kim Woodville. The young woman drowned in the lake by her family house, two years ago. But there was bruising on her arms, and the prime suspect was let go because of police errors.
Tyrone Swift takes the cases that other people have given up on. But the beautiful historic house by the lake doesn’t give up its secrets easily.
It turns out that there are many people who might have wanted Kim dead.
And then another body turns up close to home and Swift realises his own life may be danger.
LOW LAKE is a beautifully written mystery that will have you gripped from start to pulsating finish.
Perfect for fans of Robert Galbraith, P.D. James, or Ruth Rendell.
Tyrone Swift is an ex-police detective who now works privately. He’s survived a stabbing and his fiancée running off with another man. Swift’s personal life is complicated, to say the least.
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‘Mulrooney has a real gift for dialogue, the words and phrases ring true and make her characters wonderfully real . . . A tenderly funny and genuinely moving piece. I loved it.’ Fiona Morrow, Time Out (about ARABY)
‘A beautifully observed study of reconciliation, Araby makes astute points about conflict and shifting values between generations.’ James Eve, The Times
I was born and educated in London, of Irish parents. I studied for a degree in English Literature at the University of Ulster, Magee college in Derry. I have worked in education and social care.
I started writing in my thirties and I published four books for children and teenagers with Poolbeg Press, Dublin; A Can of Worms, A Nest of Vipers, A Den of Thieves and I Love You-Te Quiero. These books are available on Amazon.
Araby and Marble Heart were published by Harper Collins to critical acclaim. They have been translated into Dutch and Spanish. These books are available on Amazon. They are being reissued in May 2016 by Fourth Estate as Kindle and paperbacks.
Fire and Ice, Out of The Blue and The Apple of Her Eye were published by Robert Hale. These books are available on Amazon.
Out of The Blue was published by Joffe Books as an e book and paperback in February 2016 and is available on Amazon.
Lost Child was published by Joffe Books as an e book and paperback in March 2016 and is available on Amazon. (This was previously published as Fire and Ice by Robert Hale.)
Coming of Age was published by Joffe Books as a e book and paperback in April 2016 and is available on Amazon. (This was previously published as The Apple of Her Eye by Robert Hale.)
I have always been an avid reader of crime fiction and psychological thrillers. I have started a series of crime novels featuring charismatic private detective Tyrone Swift.
The Lady Vanished was published as an e book and paperback by Joffe Books in December 2015 and is available on Amazon.
Two Lovers, Six Deaths, the third Tyrone Swift novel, was published as an e book and paperback in December 2016 by Joffe Books and is available on Amazon.
Watching You, the fourth Tyrone Swift novel, was published as an e book and paperback in June 2017 by Joffe Books and is available on Amazon.