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Irish Times review Blood Money.

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From Saturday 17th of July. Taken from the Review Section.

“CRIME: Blood Money By Arlene Hunt Hachette Books Ireland, 352pp. £12.99

NOW THAT THE fizz has gone out of chick lit and paperbacks with pink covers no longer dominate the bestseller lists, popular fiction has tilted in the direction of crime, with Irish women writers taking on the murder and mayhem that’s the stock in trade of the genre.

Arlene Hunt is something of an old hand, as Blood Money is her ...

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Blood Money review – Sunday Business Post

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Murder most foul in modern Dublin
18 April 2010 Reviewed by Daragh Brophy

Blood Money

By Arlene Hunt

Hachette Books Ireland, €14

“The latest in her series of detective novels centring on the adventures of QuicK Investigations, Arlene Hunt’s Blood Money is a fast-paced trawl through the murky world of illegal organ transplantation.

We’re introduced to the first of the two main protagonists in a violent opening sequence.

Pavel Sunic is a Bosnian criminal on a crusade to find those responsible for the death of his sister, ...

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Blood Money launch photos

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Some photos from the launch of Blood Money at The Gutter Bookshop. You can click the images for larger versions.

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Blood Money review – Evening Herald

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Bloody Money reviewed in the Evening Herald, Saturday March 20th.

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Blood Money cover

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Here’s the working cover for Blood Money which will be out early in 2010.

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