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Fatal Roots by Sheila Connolly

Fatal Roots

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Fatal Roots by Sheila Connolly
Jan 07, 2020 | ISBN 9781643852393
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    Jan 07, 2020 | ISBN 9781643852393

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    Jan 07, 2020 | ISBN 9781643852409

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Praise for Fatal Roots:
“Likely to appeal to readers who love Irish settings, Irish folklore, and Irish chatter.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Series fans will enjoy spending time in the company of old friends.”
Publishers Weekly
“The perfect cozy mystery with its small setting full of colorful characters, multiple points of intrigue, and a strong, sassy heroine.”
—Foreword Reviews

“Intriguing and whimsical with just the right amount of menace, Fatal Roots is a cozy mystery that’s full of surprises.”
Foreword Reviews
“Satisfying…For fans of the series, but this should also work with those [who] enjoy gentle reads.”

“Plenty for cozy lovers to enjoy!”
New York Journal of Books

“A superbly crafted and reader riveting novel by a master of the genre. Replete with unexpected plot twists and turns.”
Midwest Book Review

Praise for The Lost Traveller:

“This seventh in Anthony and Agatha Award nominee Connolly’s ‘County Cork Mystery’ series (after Many a Twist) is a thoughtfully executed and charmingly talkative cozy. The Irish setting is authentic, Maura is a delight, and the characters are gaining depth as this series matures.”
Library Journal starred review

“Inviting…As usual, Connolly’s lively characters and lovely landscape enhance her well-wrought, thought-provoking plot. Series fans won’t be disappointed.”
Publishers Weekly

“It’s the heroine’s slow awakening and the marvelous local color that make this one of the best in a fine series.”
Kirkus Reviews

“The Lost Traveller is replete with unexpected plot twists and turns, colorfully memorable characters, and a gracefully embedded Irish cultural flavor.”  
Midwest Book Review

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