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The strange and brutal murder of a young African man in Dublin reveals the dark practices of twisted killer...

Shad, a young African man, is attacked and left for dead on the Dublin Mountains. He crawls to the nearest house and raises the alarm, but he later dies in hospital. Inspector Quilligan and Molly Power, of the Irish Police Force Murder Squad, launch an inquiry into this deeply disturbing murder. Was Shad the victim of a racist attack, sadism, a punishment, or some mysterious sacrificial ritual? His younger brother, Jude, is grief-stricken and mystified by Shad's cruel death. He swears a solemn oath to find his brother's killer, even if it costs him his life...

Second burial - Andrew Nugent

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Title
Second burial
Author
Andrew Nugent
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Headline
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20070823

The strange and brutal murder of a young African man in Dublin reveals the dark practices of twisted killer...

Shad, a young African man, is attacked and left for dead on the Dublin Mountains. He crawls to the nearest house and raises the alarm, but he later dies in hospital. Inspector Quilligan and Molly Power, of the Irish Police Force Murder Squad, launch an inquiry into this deeply disturbing murder. Was Shad the victim of a racist attack, sadism, a punishment, or some mysterious sacrificial ritual? His younger brother, Jude, is grief-stricken and mystified by Shad's cruel death. He swears a solemn oath to find his brother's killer, even if it costs him his life...

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Andrew Nugent is a former practising barrister. As a Benedictine monk of Glenstal Abbey, Limerick, he was headmaster of the Abbey School before spending nine years in a foundation monastery in Nigeria. He has travelled extensively in Europe, the US and the Middle East, as well as in West Africa.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Police - Ireland - Dublin - Fiction.|Nigerians - Crimes against - Ireland - Dublin - Fiction.|Dublin (Ireland) - Social conditions - Fiction.|Detective and mystery stories.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
384

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