Book Launch: Requiems for the Departed

Irish Crime. Irish Myths.

On Thursday 10th June at 6:30 PM, No Alibis Bookstore in Belfast, No. Ireland, is pleased to invite you to the  launch of Irish crime fiction anthology, Requiems for the Departed, edited by Gerard Brennan and Mike Stone.

Meet Authors: Brian McGilloway, Stuart Neville, Arlene Hunt, T.A. Moore, John McAllister, Tony Baillie and Garbhan Downey.

Requiems for the Departed contains seventeen short stories, inspired by Irish mythology, from some of the finest contemporary writers in the business.

Watch the children of Conchobar return to their mischievous ways, meet ancient Celtic royalty, and follow druids and banshees as they are set loose in the new Irish underbelly, murder and mayhem on their minds.

Featuring top shelf tales by Ken Bruen, Maxim Jakubowski, Stuart Neville, Brian McGilloway, Adrian McKinty, Sam Millar, John Grant, Garry Kilworth, T.A. Moore and many more.

Along with co-editor Gerard Brennan (of Crime Scene NI fame), we’re expecting appearances from the following contributors: Brian McGilloway, Stuart Neville, Arlene Hunt, T.A. Moore and Garbhan Downey, so this is sure to be an evening to remember.

NO ALIBIS BOOKSTORE
83 BOTANIC AVENUE
BELFAST BT7 1JL
david@noalibis.com
ph. 02890-319601
fax.  02890319607

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Posted on 7 June 2010, in Editor's Notes and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. HHIS I should have thgohut of that!

  2. Keep these articles coming as they’ve opened many new doors for me.

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