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On the 12th and final day of Christmas… a new review! In 1981, a small Irish …

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On the 12th and final day of Christmas… a new review!
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In 1981, a small Irish village hosts a party for the residents. At the party a priest is killed and it is never solved. Connor, Tess, Nina and Tom all grew up in the village, and were present the night of the party. 25 years later, Connor is now a member of the guards. He decides to look into the murder of the priest. Old wounds are reopened and new evidence comes to light. Will they discover the identity of the killer?
This book was a bit too fluffy for me. I prefer thrillers to be more suspenseful and have more twists. The book didn’t focus enough on the actual murder and solving it. It was more about the lives of Tess, Connor, Nina and Tom as the years went on. I had expected the book to be all about what happened that night, maybe feature the different people’s point of views of what happened that night. I didn’t really get that, and it meant I wasn’t even bothered by the end to find out who killed him. Definitely wouldn’t be bothered picking it up, unless you prefer stories to be told this way.

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