Books by Andrew Nugent

Andrew Nugent lives in Ireland and is a former lawyer who now, as a monk of the order of St. Benedict, is the chief officer of a boys' school in Limerick. Although this is his first book of fiction, he has published works of nonfiction. He is finishing a


SOUL MURDER by Andrew Nugent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 18, 2009

"Nugent, a Benedictine monk and former Dublin lawyer, knows all the naughty and brave boyhood foibles and writes of them with charm and empathy. His plotting is a little too pat, but his substance and style carry the day."
A North Kerry house master has his throat slit. Read full book review >
SECOND BURIAL FOR A BLACK PRINCE by Andrew Nugent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 17, 2006

"What shines throughout, however, isn't the detective work, but the piercing compassion that crosses racial and national lines to embrace everyone who seeks the truth about the evil that left Shad dead."
In a sequel that couldn't be more different from his appealing debut (The Four Courts Murder, 2005), Nugent gives his Dublin detectives more help than they want in tracking down a corpse's missing foot. Read full book review >
THE FOUR COURTS MURDER by Andrew Nugent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 16, 2005

"An erudite, witty and altogether delightful debut, full of characters laced with eccentricity and Irish charm."
The august Four Courts of Dublin are rocked to their foundation by the murder of a judge in chambers. Read full book review >