If Janet Evanovich and Maeve Binchy wrote a book together, [this]would be the result… Siobhán O’Sullivan is a character to savor. - Laurien Berenson, author ofGame of Dog Bones
In the small village of Kilbane, County Cork, Ireland, Naomi’s Bistro has always been a warm and welcoming spot to visit with neighbors, enjoy some brown bread and tea, and get the local gossip. Nowadays twenty-two-year-old Siobhán O’Sullivan runs the family bistro named for her mother, along with her five siblings, after the death of their parents in a car crash almost a year ago.
It’s been a rough year for the O’Sullivans, but it’s about to get rougher. One morning, as they’re opening the bistro, they discover a man seated at a table, dressed in a suit as if for his own funeral, a pair of hot pink barber scissors protruding from his chest.
With the local garda suspecting the O’Sullivans and their business in danger of being shunned - murder tends to spoil the appetite - it’s up to feisty redheaded Siobhán to solve the crime and save her beloved brood.
Kicks off a new series in splendid fashion! If you love cozy mysteries and traveling, then give Murder in an Irish Village a try. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into Ireland as you turn the pages. - Fresh Fiction
A smart whodunnit in an idyllic locale. I dare you not to be charmed by sleuth Siobhán and her siblings, the O’Sullivan Six. - Barbara Ross, author of A Maine Clambake Mystery Series
A delightful, funny, fast-paced romp of a book. - Isis Crawford, author of A Mystery with Recipes Series