If I Never See You Again

After finishing Mick Clifford’s book, someone handed me a copy of Niamh O’Connor’s If I Never See You Again (Transworld Ireland). It was her first novel and she has gone on to write a couple other books in the same series, which were well received.
A journalist with the Sunday World, Niamh would have built up a good reputation in what is called the true crime area. I’m around half way through and I’m getting into it more…

http://authorsplace.co.uk/niamh-o-connor/

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About Cormac O'Keeffe

I am writing my first novel. It's a crime novel, a thriller set in Dublin's gangland, along the evocative Grand Canal. This blog is about that bumpy journey. And other things, like fiction reviews and non-fiction reviews, many of them published in the Irish Examiner, a daily national newspaper in Ireland. I work as crime and drugs reporter there, and have been since around 2001. Both my personal life and my professional life have fed into my novel, or, rather, have been poured into it. My novel was granted a literature bursary by the Irish Arts Council in September 2014 and my journalistic work has won multiple awards from the Law Society of Ireland over many years, most recently in 2015.
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