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No Strangers Here (County Kerry, Bk 1)
No Strangers Here - County Kerry, Bk 1
Author: Carlene O'Connor
On a rocky beach in the southwest of Ireland, the body of Jimmy O’Reilly, sixty-nine years old and dressed in a suit and his dancing shoes, is propped on a boulder, staring sightlessly out to sea. A cryptic message is spelled out next to the body with sixty-nine polished black stones and a discarded vial of deadly veterinarian medication l...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781496737526
ISBN-10: 1496737520
Publication Date: 10/25/2022
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Kensington
Book Type: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 11
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Dr. Dimpna Wilde, veterinarian, left her hometown, Dingle, ages ago to raise her son and didn't have plans to return. Then she receives a phone call about a possible murder and that her parents are the suspects. On top of that, she finds out her father has dementia. With her son grown and off on vacation and still mourning her husband's suicide, Dimpna heads back to Dingle to clear her family's name. Though that may be harder than she thought.
The story has a vast array of characters and at first it was hard to keep them all separate but it didn't take long to settle down and become acquainted with each one. This is definitely a strong suit in the book. You come to love or despise them. Also, there are the secrets that are shed throughout the story. In a small town where everyone knew everybody, very little knew of the secrets each one held. Before you know it, things come to a head and the whole mess boils over.
I enjoyed the tale a lot and was entertained until the end. I was quite excited to see a mystery/thriller surrounded by the veterinary field. This just happens to be the profession I always wanted but never made it in to. I was a bit disappointed that there wasn't more happening with working with the animals. There was an occasion here and there but it was mostly about the medication in the vet field. Still, there's hope that the next book will add more of that into it.