Books by Erin Hart

THE BOOK OF KILLOWEN by Erin Hart
Released: March 5, 2013

"Hart's foray into soggy Killowen has a rock-solid foundation of musical language and deft plotting."
Two bodies killed hundreds of years apart bring pathologist Nora Gavin (False Mermaid, 2010, etc.) and archaeologist Cormac Maguire to Killowen, home to an ancient order of scribes. Read full book review >
FALSE MERMAID by Erin Hart
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2010

"Pinpoint plotting and sure sense of place make this tale a winner."
A forensic archaeologist returns home from Ireland in search of evidence that her brother-in-law was responsible for her sister's murder, long deemed unsolvable by local police. Read full book review >
LAKE OF SORROWS by Erin Hart
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2004

"Myriad twists and turns juice the plot and deepen the atmosphere in Hart's moody second offering."
Bad things come in threes when pathologist Nora Gavin (Haunted Ground, 2003) is called to examine an ancient corpse buried in the peat at Loughnabrone Bog. Read full book review >
HAUNTED GROUND by Erin Hart
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 2003

"Spooky and compelling: Hart's debut suspenser does for Galway what Sharyn McCrumb does for Appalachia."
The boggy shores of Lough Berg, in the wilds of West Ireland, yield up a host of crimes, past and present, for Dubliner Cormac Maguire and Irish-American Nora Gavin. Read full book review >