The Body Count – Caroline Jordan Mystery Bk 2 Irish Modern Mysteries
@ Geraldine Moorkens Byrne
Signed copies with bookmarks make an attractive gift! Special Christmas price €9
New Friends. New Clients. New Enemies.
As the banking scandals of 2012 hit Ireland, Jordan PR are about to pitch for their biggest contract yet. The Bank of Leinster desperately need help to rehabilitate their image and Caroline Jordan is ready to step in – the only problem is the body in the meeting room!
This time Caroline is determined not to get involved. Her colleagues/best friends are getting married, political reforms loom and there’s an iconic art exhibition to arrange. Not to mention that Bank contract is still up for grabs. But in Ireland all things are connected and old secrets bind strange bedfellows.
As she begins to realize the web of lies and scandal stretch from the art world to the board room, DS Doyle pulls in a favour – can Caroline possibly resist investigating the rising Body Count?
Sold by: Geraldine Moorkens Byrne Author
Geraldine Moorkens Byrne is a writer and poet from Dublin, Ireland. A graduate of UCD, she worked in Advertising and Publishing before joining the family Music business, a 150 year old music shop in Dublin. She retired in 2021 to become a full time writer; as a poet she has had her work widely published in a variety of print and other media, and have won several awards; her first collection Dreams of Reality is available on Kindle/Kindle Unlimited. She has written short stories including A Stranger Among Friends which was a prizewinner in the Cunningham Short Story Competition 2019, published in the winners Anthology.
The Body Politic was her first detective novel, and is the first book in the Caroline Jordan Mystery series. The Body Count is the second in the series and will be followed by number three in 2022. She is also a teacher and writes ceremonies for life rites.
She lives in Dublin with her husband, and family; she is currently researching a non-fiction book/online resources on the Rosc, and Irish Music in folk magic. Other projects in 2022 include a podcast series and a standalone crime fiction novel. Contact her at [email protected]