Detective Tadhg Sullivan’s break away from serious crime comes to an abrupt end when he is pushed into investigating the murder of a retired Christian Brother. A newly elected left wing government fear that the media will hold them personally responsible for what is believed to be a hate crime against the Catholic Church.
Ella Kavanagh, the new Minister for Justice, hopes that placing Sullivan in charge of the investigation will help to distance the government from any mud-slinging by the media. However, no one is prepared for the litany of abuse and corruption stretching back decades, which is about explode in all of their faces.
Can Sullivan save this fledgling government, or will the sins of the past remain buried, and so doing destroy the future of everyone concerned?
Daithi leaves a good amount to the imagination, something I enjoy a great deal.
The Irish flavor has been interesting for me also, it’s just a little different from British English.
For all the pure enjoyment of reading, The Crucifixion gets a score of 4.7 stars! The score would have been higher except for the handful of spelling errors I found.
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