The Deal

Author(s): Michael Clifford

Crime Fiction | No Category

Karen Riney is a young woman desperate to put bad memories behind her and get back on her feet when she hits upon an idea to make fast money. In the depths of a recession, there's no business like the grow house business. But getting her venture off the ground requires some assistance.Enter Paschal Nix, a Dublin crime lord with a fearsome reputation. Nix provides more than money for the deal by throwing in the services of out-of-work builder Kevin Wyman, who is up to his ears in hoc to Nix and grappling with serious personal problems. He also dispatches hitman-for-hire Dara Burns to keep an eye on the investment, a man who's fiercely guarding his back in a world where life is cheap.All have their eyes on one prize: a quick killing. But as Karen Riney soon learns, when you're in over your head, there's no such thing as easy money. The Deal is a gripping, blind-siding tale of greed, revenge and the price of survival.


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While everything else is falling apart, the growhouse business is thriving, and some pepole will stop at nothing to get in on the act.

Praise for Ghost Town : 'An impressive and triumphant debut, astute in its social observations and gripping as a piece of entertainment. Mr Clifford's assured voice is a welcome addition to the canon of Irish crime fiction.' Irish Examiner 'A compelling odyssey into the dark heart of a country where it pays to "carry suspicion around like a spare shirt" ... Ghost Town is a journalist's book in the best sense of the word, deploying Michael Clifford's skill at reportage to forensic fictional aplomb' Irish Independent

Michael Clifford is a Dublin-based journalist and media commentator who writes for the Irish Examiner. He is the author of the non-fiction books Love You to Death, Scandal Nation and Bertie Ahern and the Drumcondra Mafia. His first novel Ghost Town was published in 2012.

General Fields

  • : 9781444726152
  • : Hodder Headline Ireland
  • : Hachette Books Ireland
  • : September 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Michael Clifford
  • : Paperback
  • : 384