The Color of Blood

The Color of Blood

An Irish Novel of Suspense

Book - 2007
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Emily Howard is nineteen years old, slim and petite with a pale complexion and a red rose tattoo. She is also missing. She disappeared three days ago, and now her father has been sent photographs of her naked body. He is desperate to find her.

So he calls Ed Loy, a private investigator who knows the dark streets of Dublin better than most; a man who will find Emily Howard within twenty-four hours. But locating Emily turns out to be only the beginning. Within hours, Emily's ex-boyfriend is found murdered, and Loy finds himself in a race against time to catch a killer - and to unearth the many dark secrets the Howard family have kept long buried.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2007
ISBN: 9780719567483
9780060825492
0060825499
Branch Call Number: HUG
Characteristics: 341 p

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maipenrai
Dec 03, 2016

(The second book in the Ed Loy series)

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downsman
Feb 13, 2012

Slightly overcooked `Dublin Noir' in which P.I. protagonist Ed Loy finds himself caught in the coils of a spectacularly dysfunctional family. The corpses pile up in a convoluted plot best consumed in big slices to lessen the possibility of losing track of who's who. A mix of Raymond Chandler and Ken Bruen with a hint of James Joyce..

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