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by Bartholomew Gill

Author: Bartholomew Gill
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Viking Adult (November 27, 1984)
Pages: 289 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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McGarr and the Sienese Conspiracy Paperback. With the most powerful opening section Gill has ever written, this novel stands apart from the rest of the McGarr series and easily holds its own as an independent novel.

McGarr and the Sienese Conspiracy Paperback. Though the characters usually associated with McGarr do make some minor appearances, the narrative's strength lies not with the Garda but with the vividly portrayed characters involved in the political unrest.

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McGarr and the method of Descartes. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove McGarr and the method of Descartes from your list? McGarr and the method of Descartes. Published 1984 by Viking in New York, NY. Written in English.

Bartholomew Gill was the pen name of Mark C. McGarrity, an Irish-American crime fiction and mystery novelist and newspaper features writer and columnist writing on nature and outdoor recreation for The Star-Ledger. McGarr and the Legacy of the Woman Scorned (Penguin Crime Fiction) by Bartholomew Gill (1987-05-05). 49U8C/?tag prabook0b-20. The Death of an Ardent Bibliophile: A Peter McGarr Mystery by Bartholomew Gill (1995-02-01). RREWM/?tag prabook0b-20.

Items related to McGarr and the Method of Descartes. Twelve years after a night of terror in Belfast, Dublin police inspector Peter McGarr is drawn into a vengeful victim's plot of public retribution, whose target is the Reverend Ian Paisley. Bartholomew Gill McGarr and the Method of Descartes. ISBN 13: 9780670464326. McGarr and the Method of Descartes.

1984: McGarr and the Method of Descartes. 1986: McGarr and the Legacy of the Woman Scorned. 1989: The Death of a Joyce Scholar. a b c d "Bartholomew Gill, 58, Author of Irish Whodunits" in The New York Times (July 11, 2002); retrieved May 3, 2013

1984: McGarr and the Method of Descartes. 1992: The Death of Love. 1993: Death on a Cold, Wild River. a b c d "Bartholomew Gill, 58, Author of Irish Whodunits" in The New York Times (July 11, 2002); retrieved May 3, 2013. "Mark McGarrity, 58; Columnist and Writer of Irish-Themed Mysteries". Los Angeles Times (Obituary).

Peter McGarr of the Garda Siochana, as he investigates the seemingly unrelated death of a rugby star. With the most powerful opening section Gill has ever written, this novel stands apart from the rest of the McGarr series and easily holds its own as an independent novel

Peter McGarr of the Garda Siochana, as he investigates the seemingly unrelated death of a rugby star. McGarr himself does not even appear in the novel until p. 65.

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But it is the brutal slaying of a night watchman that throws Peter McGarr of the Dublin Murder Squad into the mix.

SUMMARY: The theft of the Book of Kells - an exquisite ninth-century amalgam of Christian doctrine and Celtic legend - from the Trinity College library is, in itself, a most shocking crime.

Twelve years after a night of terror in Belfast, Dublin police inspector Peter McGarr is drawn into a vengeful victim's plot of public retribution, whose target is the Reverend Ian Paisley