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Ghter committed suicide And yet something about the man’s story chimes with Finn Why did a bright confident beautiful young girl suddenly drop out of school? Could the answer lie in her relationship with Ireland's most famous film director?The deeper Finn goes into the case the dark twisted and dangerous the pi I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House UK Cornerstone for a review copy of Darkest Truth the first novel to feature Cork lawyer Finn FitzpatrickFinn is approached by Sean Carney asking for help Ten months previously his daughter Deirdre committed suicide after fifteen years of mental health issues caused he believes by a rape when she was fifteen years old She never named the rapist but Sean has his suspicions and with the man due in Cork he wants Finn to prevent attacksI thoroughly enjoyed Darkest Truth which is a well written novel with a very topical subject Unfortunately due to other commitments I have been only able to dip in and out of the novel rather than reading it in a couple of sittings as I normally do It has given my reading experience an episodic feel and put me in an unusual position I think that this has influenced my reactions as I didn’t take to Finn who is uite self centred in that it all revolves around her and the first person narrative reinforces this Admittedly she grew on me as the novel progressed but first impressions weren’t good She is a strange mixture of hardheadedness and emotion which takes a bit of getting used to There is also some mystery in her past which is intriguing and will be addressed in future novels I assumeOn the other hand I very much liked the plot I think much of the detail of Finn’s investigation is very realistic the difficulty of pursuing historical rape allegations the painstaking piecing together of snippets of information and the attitude of the perpetrator He maybe takes it a bit far but it’s fiction and it adds a certain frisson and sense of urgency to proceedings The historical nature of the crime means that necessarily the novel is slow to start as Finn is starting with less than nothing not even a victim but the way she builds her case is intriguing and compulsiveDarkest Truth is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending Biogenealogy in her relationship with Ireland's most famous film director?The deeper Finn goes Sobre el anarquismo (Biblioteca de Divulgación Anarquista into the case the dark twisted and dangerous the pi I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House UK Cornerstone for a review copy of Darkest Truth the first novel to feature Cork lawyer Finn FitzpatrickFinn ABOUT ANARCHISM is approached by Sean Carney asking for help Ten months previously his daughter Deirdre committed suicide after fifteen years of mental health The Banker's Wife issues caused he believes by a rape when she was fifteen years old She never named the rapist but Sean has his suspicions and with the man due Absolute Trust (Renegade, in Cork he wants Finn to prevent attacksI thoroughly enjoyed Darkest Truth which La isla de la calavera is a well written novel with a very topical subject Unfortunately due to other commitments I have been only able to dip Paleontology and Paleoenvironments in and out of the novel rather than reading Manga it The Mammoth Book of Scottish Romance in a couple of sittings as I normally do It has given my reading experience an episodic feel and put me Prayer For Little Things in an unusual position I think that this has A Treatise on Time and Space influenced my reactions as I didn’t take to Finn who The White Lantern is uite self centred Kingsbane (Empirium, in that Learning To Dance it all revolves around her and the first person narrative reinforces this Admittedly she grew on me as the novel progressed but first 901 FRANCE ROUTES AUTOROUTES 2019 FRANCE ROUTIERE MAXI FORMAT RECTO impressions weren’t good She ¡Dilly-ding, dilly-dong!: Leicester City, el triunfo más improbable de la historia del fútbol inglés is a strange mixture of hardheadedness and emotion which takes a bit of getting used to There La locura de saltar contigo is also some mystery The Five Chinese Brothers in her past which The Future Aint What It Used to Be is Roomies intriguing and will be addressed Adventures of Superman Vol. 3 in future novels I assumeOn the other hand I very much liked the plot I think much of the detail of Finn’s Virgin Wanted investigation The Message Ministry Edition: The Bible in Contemporary Language is very realistic the difficulty of pursuing historical rape allegations the painstaking piecing together of snippets of Lie With Me information and the attitude of the perpetrator He maybe takes No Feelings Involved it a bit far but El libro de sinAzucar.org it’s fiction and One Wore Blue (Cameron Saga: Civil War Trilogy, it adds a certain frisson and sense of urgency to proceedings The historical nature of the crime means that necessarily the novel Size Matters is slow to start as Finn ¡Oh, lorem ipsum! 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He'll do anything to protect his secrets She'll stop at nothing to expose the truth It only takes one person to break the silence When solicitor Finn Fitzpatrick is approached by a man to investigate the death of his daughter her first instinct is to refuse The father is grieving and unable to accept that his dau This is a brilliant crime thriller debut from Catherine Kirwan featuring Finola 'Finn' Fitzpatrick a solicitor set in the small town of Cork in Ireland In a story that held me completely enthralled throughout the contemporary issues surrounding #MeToo are addressed in a intelligent and pertinent manner Finn is engaged by Sean and Ann Carney to look into the suicide of their daughter Deirdre suffering depression and self harming since a Cork Film Festival some years previously It is not obvious what Finn can do but she agrees to delve into the man deemed by the Carneys to have ruined their daughter's life A shattering truth fires Finn's determination to seek the truth and she is going to need all her inner resources to survive an opponent that she seriously underestimates as she faces the possibility of losing everything she has her home her job her friends and so much including her lifeIn Finn's efforts to prevent a present day crime she finds herself trending on Twitter as the Irish nation rallies around its golden boy a Hollywood star a campaign led by the potential victim More horror is to dog Finn as she digs deep in her investigation including murder Doubts surface as Finn wonders on occasion if she has the right perpetrator in her sights but the evidence slowly builds about a Hollywood industry where open secrets are acknowledged by insiders but no one is willing to speak openly Finn doesn't care that she might lose everything someone has to break the silence as she finds herself disbelieved at every turn even by the police as she finds herself doing their job Finn's target proves to be manipulative charming volatile arrogant elusive and a chameleon hard to pin down a psychopath whose bullying and misogyny is tolerated by the public and the industryKirwan hits on one of the hottest issues in our contemporary world and handles it sensitively as she weaves a hugely compelling novel around it Finn is a fascinating protagonist adopted and haunted by her birth mother Her emerging relationship with ex addict Davy Keenan now a fitness and gym instructor is fraught with difficulties as she struggles to accept it as a part of her life Living in a small town is a curse and blessing and Finn has a great best friend in the police Sadie O'Riordan an essential ally and help to her I have no doubt that this novel will be successful it is well written terrifically plotted atmospheric engrossing and with wonderful characters that I invested in Many thanks to Random House Cornerstone for an ARC

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Cture becomesBecause these are powerful people she is trying to expose And they're willing to do anything to keep the truth hidden 'A clever twist on the genre' ARAMINTA HALL author of Our Kind of Cruelty'A gripping twisting novel of mounting suspense It couldn't be relevant' AMY LLOYD author of The Innocent Wife WOW That is all I can say This book is so clever and the mystery is gripping It took twists and turns that I never expected to happen From nobody believing Finn to it all unravellinghonestly I want to read The ending was amazing I was hooked I didn’t expect it at all elements of it I did but what actually happened was honestly shocking If you have not read this book you really need to it will keep you wanting and on the edge of your seatIt might take you longer to read because it is complicated but in a good way Take a while to read each chapter and take in all of the information because it will help to make everything make sense It takes time but my god was it worth itI am now hooked on this genre I will be looking into Kirwan because I love her style MUST READ


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  1. says:

    This is a brilliant crime thriller debut from Catherine Kirwan featuring Finola 'Finn' Fitzpatrick a solicitor set in the small town of Cork in Ireland In a story that held me completely enthralled throughout the contemporary issues surrounding #MeToo are addressed in a intelligent and pertinent manner Finn is engaged by Sean and Ann Carney to look into the suicide of their daughter Deirdre suffering depression and self harming since a Cork Film Festival some years previously It is not obvious what Finn can do but she agrees to delve into the man deemed by the Carneys to have ruined their daughter's life A shattering truth fires Finn's determination to seek the truth and she is going to need all her inner resources to survive an opponent that she seriously underestimates as she faces the possibility of losing everything she has her home her job her friends and so much including her lifeIn Finn's efforts to prevent a present day crime she finds herself trending on Twitter as the Irish nation rallies around its golden boy a Hollywood star a campaign led by the potential victim More horror is to dog Finn as she digs deep in her investigation including murder Doubts surface as Finn wonders on occasion if she has the right perpetrator in her sights but the evidence slowly builds about a Hollywood industry where open secrets are acknowledged by insiders but no one is willing to speak openly Finn doesn't care that she might lose everything someone has to break the silence as she finds herself disbelieved at every turn even by the police as she finds herself doing their job Finn's target proves to be manipulative charming volatile arrogant elusive and a chameleon hard to pin down a psychopath whose bullying and misogyny is tolerated by the public and the industryKirwan hits on one of the hottest issues in our contemporary world and handles it sensitively as she weaves a hugely compelling novel around it Finn is a fascinating protagonist adopted and haunted by her birth mother Her emerging relationship with ex addict Davy Keenan now a fitness and gym instructor is fraught with difficulties as she struggles to accept it as a part of her life Living in a small town is a curse and blessing and Finn has a great best friend in the police Sadie O'Riordan an essential ally and help to her I have no doubt that this novel will be successful it is well written terrifically plotted atmospheric engrossing and with wonderful characters that I invested in Many thanks to Random House Cornerstone for an ARC


  2. says:

    When the location of a story is familiar it always adds an extra dimension of enjoyment to the reading experience as was the case for me reading this crime thriller set in Cork described here as a city of 'shabby magnificence' which is a perfect portrayalAs a solicitor turned detective our feisty narrator finds herself getting involved than is wise whilst trying to build a seemingly unwinnable case with very little evidence to go on Her insider knowledge makes the piecing together of the patchwork of information a fascinating insight into how criminal investigations are carried out The theme of sexual abuse by a ‘casting couch’ psychopathic groomer is all too relevant and convincingly depicted as are all the supporting characters with pitch perfect dialogue This is a very impressive debut from an author who is indeed a solicitor in real lifeMany thanks to the publisher for the ARC via Negalley


  3. says:

    Finola Fitzpatrick usually known as Finn is a solicitor When Sean Carney comes to her asking her to investigate what happened to his daughter Deidre Finn feels a strange compulsion to take it further even though there seems little to go on After taking part in a film festival in Cork Deidre changed from a happy confident 15 year old to becoming depressed suffering mental issues over years and ultimately taking her own life Deidre’s parents are convinced that a famous film director Since he is returning to Cork along with the film festival the Carneys are concerned that no other young girl is raped and suffers as their daughter did But when she takes on the rich and famous Finn finds herself the victim of vindictive and abusive social media And could she be imaging it or is she being followed? This was uite an interesting story However the writing style did seem rather pedestrian at times in that it was very much this happened and then that happened Plus I got tired of the coarse language not just the f word either littered throughout Probably noticeable for me too since a couple of the previous books I had read could tell a story without resorting to this sort of language However the characters and the plot were interesting and the tension mounts as Finn finds herself under threatThis is a debut novel so it will be interesting to see what the author writes next Maybe a couple of the issues I noted will be fixed in the next book Please remember this is a personal opinion and I am sure there are going to be other people who will like it than I did Depends on your taste in books I guess For me I uite liked it and it kept my attention but just didn’t uite come up to expectations


  4. says:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Random House UK Cornerstone for a review copy of Darkest Truth the first novel to feature Cork lawyer Finn FitzpatrickFinn is approached by Sean Carney asking for help Ten months previously his daughter Deirdre committed suicide after fifteen years of mental health issues caused he believes by a rape when she was fifteen years old She never named the rapist but Sean has his suspicions and with the man due in Cork he wants Finn to prevent attacksI thoroughly enjoyed Darkest Truth which is a well written novel with a very topical subject Unfortunately due to other commitments I have been only able to dip in and out of the novel rather than reading it in a couple of sittings as I normally do It has given my reading experience an episodic feel and put me in an unusual position I think that this has influenced my reactions as I didn’t take to Finn who is uite self centred in that it all revolves around her and the first person narrative reinforces this Admittedly she grew on me as the novel progressed but first impressions weren’t good She is a strange mixture of hardheadedness and emotion which takes a bit of getting used to There is also some mystery in her past which is intriguing and will be addressed in future novels I assumeOn the other hand I very much liked the plot I think much of the detail of Finn’s investigation is very realistic the difficulty of pursuing historical rape allegations the painstaking piecing together of snippets of information and the attitude of the perpetrator He maybe takes it a bit far but it’s fiction and it adds a certain frisson and sense of urgency to proceedings The historical nature of the crime means that necessarily the novel is slow to start as Finn is starting with less than nothing not even a victim but the way she builds her case is intriguing and compulsiveDarkest Truth is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending


  5. says:

    This is a very confusing read and it was a struggle to finishThe subject matter while current could have been dealt with a lot better Also I found the writing unbelievable How can the solicitor in this story have clout than the police ?A very frustrating and confusing read not for meI would like the author Random House UK and Netgalley for the advanced copy in return for giving an honest review


  6. says:

    He will do anything to protect his secretsShe will stop at nothing to expose the truthBecause these are powerful people she is trying to exposeAnd they’re willing to do anything to keep the truth hidden Finola ‘Finn’ Fitzpatrick is a Cork solicitor working and living in the city She takes on the less salubrious cases that the other partners do not wish to dirty their hands with But Finn enjoys these alternative cases and the freedom they allow her on a daily basis ‘I was adaptable and discreet useful for doing the messy but necessary work the other solicitors didn’t want to do’ One extremely wet evening as Finn locks up the office she is approached by a man one Sean Carney in an obvious distraught state looking for help His daughter Deirdre committed suicide some time back and he has never truly accepted it as the world would like him to Deirdre had been a ‘normal’ teenager but at fifteen years old there was a very dramatic change in her personality Deirdre was a film enthusiast and following a time volunteering with the Cork Film Festival a life changing event resulted in a noticeable decline in Deirdre’s mental health Sean and his wife Ann need closure and Finn for reasons that eventually become apparent is their last hope in bringing justice and in finally exposing the man they now hold responsible for Deirdre’s death He is a renowned movie director a beloved of the Hollywood scene a seemingly untouchable ‘teflon’ character who has escaped scrutinyuntil now Finn makes a decision to assist the Carneys as there is something about Deirdre’s death that pulls her inbut Finn is unaware of the pandora’s box she is openingDarkest Truth for me is a novel of two parts The initial stages of the book create the scene and introduce us to the players involved with one very striking player Cork City I am a Cork native born and bred and I always approach books featuring Cork with a little trepidation as my senses are heightened to spotting any mistakes etc Catherine Kirwan felt very strongly that the city of Cork was very important to her storyline and she most definitely brings the city alive throughout the narrative ‘Crossing Patrick Street I cut down Marlboro Street as far as Liam Russell’s bookshop and circled back on to Princes Street I thought about the mix of optimism and bravery and foolishness that had led people to settle and build in this damp place I thought about how every so often the water rose fast from the marsh underneath the streets and just as fast drained away leaving ruin in its wake I swung past the grand cast iron gates and into the English Market busy already though it was not yet ten with the usual weekend foodie crowd stocking up on provisions for their Saturday night dinner parties Taking a left at the fountain I passed the wooden steps to the Farmgate restaurant on the balcony went through the arch and got an Americano with milk from Mary Rose’This description is so authentic every street each location brought me right into the story as I walked the city with Finn For those not familiar with Cork can I just say that Catherine Kirwan has put incredible detail into the book bringing the setting to lifeThe second part of the book is where Finn begins to make some very frightening discoveries and realises the extent of this web of lies she has become trapped in There is a cloak of secrecy protecting a person protecting an industry Her livelihood her reputation even her life are all on the line as Finn refuses to climb down refuses to stop her search for the truth There is a definite pick up in the pace of the story as the pieces of the jigsaw come together and the mystery behind Deirdre’s suicide is slowly unveiledDarkest Truth is a very topical book focusing in on the current Me Too movement mental health grooming and abuse Catherine Kirwan handles all these areas with great sensitivity while also bringing us a novel that will have you eager to turn the pages as you race to the finishDarkest Truth is a very entertaining confident and impressive debut with a very convincing main protagonist This is Finn Fitzpatrick’s first appearance and I have no doubt that we will be seeing plenty of her in the future It’s really wonderful to see Cork play such an important role in Catherine Kirwan’s writing capturing the city in a very uniue fashion


  7. says:

    WOW That is all I can say This book is so clever and the mystery is gripping It took twists and turns that I never expected to happen From nobody believing Finn to it all unravellinghonestly I want to read The ending was amazing I was hooked I didn’t expect it at all elements of it I did but what actually happened was honestly shocking If you have not read this book you really need to it will keep you wanting and on the edge of your seatIt might take you longer to read because it is complicated but in a good way Take a while to read each chapter and take in all of the information because it will help to make everything make sense It takes time but my god was it worth itI am now hooked on this genre I will be looking into Kirwan because I love her style MUST READ


  8. says:

    Brilliantly written book based in my home city of Cork made it appealing In my head I walked the routes in Cork that Finn walked And the places she visited I even know the part of the river that’s mentioned in the first chapter Finns family story pulls on the heart strings and has a similar story to a friend of mine Once Finn takes on the case she works so hard to collect the evidence and put the pieces of the jigsaw together I loved the ending definitely leaves it open to a second Finn Fitzpatrick book or better still a series


  9. says:

    You have become enraptured with the straight razor console it make love to it yes they will know self death is a sensuous truth Suicide is a stunted power play a transitional state highly reversible self death is a physically impossible actsuicide is the abstraction of spherical objects tied to the moon notorious gambler of lives #poem Chris Roberts God of Mortal Transgressions


  10. says:

    This my first book by Catherine Kirwin and I enjoyed it I recommend this book


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