Books by Gene Kerrigan

DARK TIMES IN THE CITY by Gene Kerrigan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2013

"Kerrigan's fourth crime yarn (The Rage, 2013, etc.) captures a landscape of moral ambiguity with a crackling pace and terse, apt dialogue. His world suggests an Irish Elmore Leonard whose compromised men struggle to tread water in a treacherous sea."
One moment, Dublin ex-con Danny Callaghan is minding his own business; the next, he's back in the cross hairs of both cops and criminals. Read full book review >
THE RAGE by Gene Kerrigan
Released: Feb. 5, 2013

"An ambitious and nuanced panorama of law and order in Ireland's mean streets, balancing literary elements and full-bodied character portraits with a believable depiction of cops and criminals at work."
In contemporary Dublin, a hastily devised robbery and its aftermath unfold from the perspectives of diverse perps, cops and witnesses. Read full book review >
LITTLE CRIMINALS by Gene Kerrigan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 15, 2008

"The cops are no more pure than the criminals are purely corrupt, in a novel awash with moral ambiguity."
A character-driven police procedural with an Irish twist. Read full book review >
THE MIDNIGHT CHOIR by Gene Kerrigan
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 2007

"A ripping crime tale, impressive in scope and crackling with energy, as well as a fascinating portrait of contemporary Ireland."
A clutch of violent cases challenges the Gard, Ireland's storied police force. Read full book review >