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By John Brady | Comments: ( 252 ) | Date: ( Jun 18, 2019 )

The body of an investigative reporter washes onto the beach in Killiney an apparent execution style murder It looks as if Arab Jewish tensions have emerged in Ireland the reporter is a Jew, and a Palestinian group has taken responsibility But Matt Minogue is uneasy As he pieces together Paul Fines last hours, questions multiply What was the reporter working on Who eraThe body of an investigative reporter washes onto the beach in Killiney an apparent execution style murder It looks as if Arab Jewish tensions have emerged in Ireland the reporter is a Jew, and a Palestinian group has taken responsibility But Matt Minogue is uneasy As he pieces together Paul Fines last hours, questions multiply What was the reporter working on Who erased his computer files And what story did someone want to bury This is a police novel by a writer with a poets eye for place The Globe and Mail.


  • Title: Kaddish in Dublin
  • Author: John Brady
  • ISBN: 9781586420420
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

John Brady

Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.John Brady was born in Dublin, the fictional setting of his acclaimed series of Matt Minogue mystery novels Brady immigrated to Canada at the age of 20, and has worked as a bank official, RCMP clerical officer and teacher His seventh Minogue novel, Wonderland, taps into Dublin s exploding economy and its aftershocks at every level of society He lives in Toronto He won the Arthur Ellis Award to the First Best Novel in 1989 for A Stone of the Heart.Series Inspector Matt Minogue



Comments Kaddish in Dublin

  • Leigh

    Excellent Irish dialogue as well as an unromanticized look at contemporary Ireland and its problems. Plot was a bit convoluted and unlikely, but the dialogue made it worth the read.


  • Bev

    I have been enjoying the Matt Minogue series, with its delightful Irish verbiage. This one was a bit grim, but worth reading.


  • Margalo

    My third Matt Minogue mystery (really police procedural), and I liked this one the best of all. Minogue continues to grow on me with his odd asides, quirky comments, musings on nature and poetry and Ireland, "spouting Yeats and annoying everyone," as one character comments. He worries about his kids and gets through his day and is dogged in his methods of uncovering crime for the Dublin Murder Squad. The writing is quite nice and the plotting fairly delicate.


  • Vicki

    This is a complex and thoughtful mystery. Sadly, this was also the most poorly proofread book I ever pulled off a library shelf.


  • Peter

    Brady has an interesting and simpatico mystery series involving the murder squad of the Dublin Police. His main character Matt Minogue is a lapsed Catholic with a wry and at times truly cynical eye on how Ireland works, how Ireland fails. In this particular book Minogue is investigating the 'professional hit' on an investigative journalist who happens to be the the son on one of Ireland's most prominent jurists. That the Fines are also Jewish adds a truly dark element to the story and the obviou [...]


  • Charles Kerns

    Death by dialogue--no Gary Cooper/Clint Eastwood cops, these. Words cajole and banter as the head inspector (traditional, tough, tea-drinking guy ) gives and takes with his younger upstart understudy, Minogues, (non-believer, feminist leanings, coffee man). He jousts words with his wife and daughter. The police chief "God Almighty" spits it out with everyone. (And so on and on for all characters in Dublin, except for two dead ones.)But, that once sparkling city--at least it was in my mind--has b [...]


  • Pat

    It is not a quick read, but for one interested in Irish culture and language Brady's books are very interesting. Minogue is a complex character and seems to react to his boss/friend? James Kilmartin rather than take the initiative.


  • Tom Costello

    A bit dated 26 years after publication. But great dialogue. I had to look up a bunch of slang terms. Also choppy transitions at some points. Seems a lot happened the first day.


  • Dianne

    So many words and not enough action.


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