Remember My Name Shortlisted for Crime Novel of the Year!

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I’m absolutely thrilled that Remember My Name has been shortlisted for Irish Independent Crime Novel of the Year 2022 at the An Post Irish Book Awards!!! I still can’t quite believe it, we have some suberb crime writers in this country and I’ve been in awe of their books.

Now it’s down to the public vote to decide the winner. It’s an incredibly strong shortlist but I would love your vote – you can cast it here:

Remember My Name is out in paperback in just a few weeks in a fabulous new colourway, and the Eason edition has the magnificent purple sprayed edges that you can see below – it’ll make a gorgeous gift (just a thought 😉 ) *hums Christmas tunes*

Photo: Patrick Bolger

Here’s the blurb:


If she’d turned off her phone, instead of listening in, perhaps no one would have died…

When Cressida Howard catches her entrepreneur husband playing away from home, she hires security expert Brioni O’Brien to get the evidence she needs for a speedy and financially rewarding divorce.

But what Brioni uncovers goes beyond simple infidelity.

Because Laurence Howard is also in bed with some very dangerous people. Bribery and blackmail are the least of his worries as someone comes after the women in his life – someone who is out to destroy Laurence and his empire, whatever the cost.

And Cressida and her teenage daughter could soon be collateral damage, if she and Brioni don’t act fast.  

You can vote here: 

Thank you!!! 🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️

Read about all the shortlisted authors here:

and about the Awards themselves at RTE Culture here:

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