Daithi Kavanagh was born in May 1958. He lives with his wife and two children in Trinity, Wexford, Ireland. Up to 2012 when the recession hit Ireland he was making a living as a musician. He then went back to adult education and completed his Leaving Certificate in 2014. He has completed a higher degree in Irish Culture and Heritage Studies at Wexford Campus.
While he was studying he began writing ‘The Gun’ which is the first book in The Tadhg Sullivan Series. His second book in the series The Brotherhood was released in May 2015 and the third book The Crucifixion was released in November 2017. He is currently working on another novel.
He plays guitar and sings in many of the pubs in his hometown of Wexford. In his spare time he likes to walk his two dogs.
Detective Tadhg Sullivan’s break away from serious crime comes to an abrupt end when Ella Kavanagh, the new Minister for Justice, puts him in charge of the investigation of a retired Christian Brother. Can Sullivan save this fledgling government, or will the sins of the past remain buried, and so doing destroy the future of everyone concerned?
Det. Tadhg Sullivan’s life seems to be falling apart, since being shifted to Co. Clare from Dublin after falling out with the Minister for Justice and the Garda Commissioner. He's knocked out of his lethargy when a teenage girl goes missing not far from Ennis where he's been stationed. Asked to lead the hunt by the local Superintendent, he's suddenly catapulted into a world of unimaginable horror.
Garda Detective, Tadhg Sullivan, leads a special unit investigating politically motivated crime. A man known only as The Deerstalker is a cancer infecting the Irish political system. He teams up with journalist, Helen Carty, to track down the killer, but when the CIA kill the wrong man, Sullivan finds himself in a race to arrest The Deerstalker before the CIA can take him out.