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Off The Record

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When the body of an up-and-coming politician is found in a harbour one morning, Dublin journalist Seamus Ryle scents the makings of a story that could revive his flagging career. Drawn further into a case laced with political scandal and police bungling, Ryle is determined to solve the mystery.
343 pages
Published (first published August 1st 2013)
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Joe Joyce is the author of five thrillers: ECHOLAND, ECHOBEAT and ECHOWAVE (spy novels set during the Second World War in neutral Dublin), THE TRIGGER MAN (set during the Irish 'Troubles' in the late 1980s) and OFF THE RECORD (set in the 1970s world of Irish journalism), as well as a history/biography of THE GUINNESSES and a critically acclaimed play,THE TOWER, about James Joyce and Oliver St John ...more
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