The Mystery of Four in the News

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The Mystery of Four spent SEVEN weeks in the Irish top ten and has had fabulous reviews! You can listen in to me on national radio and chatting to some fabulous podcast hosts here – on the same page see me interviewed by the brilliant UK Crime Book Club (video).

With stunning windows in Dubray stores around the country, The Mystery of Four was a No 1 bestseller in Eason stores and reached No 2 in the Irish Times original fiction, hitting the No 5 slot in The Sunday Times bestseller list across all the books sold in Ireland. I’m hugely grateful to everyone who reviewed it!

You can grab your copy and see what people said about it here!

Below is just some of the coverage (launch photos at the bottom) – there’s more on my Facebook page @samblakebooks

Dubray Books Nationwide
No 2 in the Irish Times bestseller list
RTE News – knocked off the top spot by the Prince
Book of the Month at Apple Books
Sunday Independent
Irish Examiner
The Sunday Times Crime Club
The Mail YOU Magazine
Irish Examiner
National Irish Bestsellers
Huge thanks to everyone who has reviewed on Amazon, it makes such a difference!

If you haven’t read The Mystery of Four, you can pick up a copy in your preferred book store here!

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