On Sundays, peace was restored. He would lie down, dream
and remember. He would enjoy. And later on the bell would
ring. He would get up and walk downstairs. He would open the
front door. And his life would come to an end…
Julie Parsons is back with a vengeance…
This gripping psychological crime novel set in Dublin investigates the execution of a retired judge and the murder years before of a Garda sergeant by the IRA.
Retired detective Michael McLoughlin, neighbour of one and son of the other, finds himself inexorably drawn into the murky past of both victims and the country as a whole, as he hunts for justice.
Praise for Julie Parsons
‘Julie Parsons takes the psychological suspense thriller to places it rarely dares to go…’ – The New York Times
‘A dark, compelling and original new voice.’ – Sunday Independent
‘She is one of those rare authors who can successfully combine psychological insight, literary style and heart stopping suspense.’ – Jeffrey Deaver, author of The Devil’s Teardrop
About the Author
Julie Parsons is one of Ireland’s most accomplished crime writers and was previously a radio and television producer at RTÉ. Her first novel in nine years, The Therapy House is a fast-paced and multi-layered tale that heralds the return of an author with an impeccable track record, whose work has been published in over twenty countries and numerous languages.
Trade Format, PB
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