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  • Hachette Books Ireland
  • Hachette Books Ireland

False Intentions

Arlene Hunt

6 Reviews

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Fiction, Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

One night. Two disappearances...

WHEN IT'S HARD TO ADVANCE

In the dead of a Dublin night, James 'Kelpie' Kilburn struggles ashore with an enormous cocaine haul. Later, Ashley Naughton leaves Tempest, a city nightclub owned by lowlife Vinnie York, to return home. Both vanish from sight.

Soon, notorious Dublin criminal Patrick York arrives from Holland to investigate his missing haul. The heat is on, particularly for his son Vinnie and for Patrick's long-time cohort Edward Naughton, father of Ashley.

Rookie detectives Sarah Kenny and John Quigley are called in by the missing girl's mother. As fears grow for Ashley, they must piece together a dangerous puzzle - and try to avoid the flying bullets. Would Edward Naughton sacrifice his own daughter to keep ahead of a multimillion-euro industry And why, just when they're getting somewhere, does their client call off the search

BUT HARDER STILL TO TURN BACK ...

False Intentions is a fast-paced thriller that twists and turns to its startling conclusion.

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Praise for False Intentions

  • 'It is grim, gritty, terrifying. And real.' - THE IRISH INDEPENDENT

  • PRAISE FOR VICIOUS CIRCLE

  • 'A rivetting thriller!' - THE SUNDAY WORLD

  • '...gripping...Fascinating in its portrayal of the 'ordinary' women on the game and disquietening in its description of the 'ordinary' men who avail of their services, 'Vicious Circle' is a must read.' U MAGAZINE

  • 'An engaging thriller...An eye-opening representation of hidden Dublin society, 'Vicious Circle' is a transfixing whodunit, with the underlying sinister and sad truth that the work is founded on reality...' EVENING HERALD

  • 'Unique...frighteningly real.' - IRISH TATLER

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Arlene Hunt

Arlene Hunt is an author and film reviewer. No Escape is her eleventh novel. A somewhat slow long-distance runner, when not writing, Arlene can usually be found halfway up a mountain with two German Shepherds for company. She lives in Dublin.

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