Murder at the Roadside Cafe

It's an ordinary day at Sam's roadside diner, with the usual mix of customers. But when the lights fail a gunshot rings out - and one of them lies dead. Detective Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan must unravel a string of coincidences to determine who is the murderer. More

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About Brian O'Hare

Because of a debilitating illness, Dr.Brian O’Hare [B.A., ADCE(Hons.), M.A., Ph.D] took early retirement in 1998 from his post as Assistant Director of a large Regional College in Newry in Northern Ireland. It transpired that he had an irreversible liver disease (a childhood affliction) that required a liver transplant. Married with three children and ten grandchildren, he now enjoys full health, plays golf, and writes from time to time.


The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries, by Brian O'Hare
Detective Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan battles murder and mayhem in post-troubles Northern Ireland. Sensational series from award-winning author Brian O'Hare.

About the Series: The Crimson Shorts
Crimson Shorts are a series of short books designed for quick lunchbreak reads or for downloading to your phone to read when stuck in a waiting room or airport queue. Comprising every genre, they are ideal also for quick little gifts or Thank-Yous.

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Detective Chief Inspector Jim Sheehan's job is solving mysteries, usually involving murder. The backdrop is the Northern Irish city of Belfast, its troubled recent history colouring much of present-day life and complicating Jim Sheehan's job. The first of the Inspector Sheehan Mysteries is "The Doom Murders": can Jim and his team catch a violent serial murderer before he claims any more victims? "The 11:05 Murders" continues this exciting new series.

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