The mesmerizing fourth novel of the Dublin murder squad by New York Times bestselling author Tana French
Mick "Scorcher" Kennedy, the brash cop from Tana French’s bestselling Faithful Place, plays by the book and plays hard. That’s what’s made him the Murder squad’s top detective—and that’s what puts the biggest case of the year into his hands.
On one of the half-built, half-abandoned "luxury" developments that litter Ireland, Patrick Spain and his two young children are dead. His wife, Jenny, is in intensive care.
At first, Scorcher and his rookie partner, Richie, think it’s going to be an easy solve. But too many small things can’t be explained. The half dozen baby monitors, their cameras pointing at holes smashed in the Spains’ walls. The files erased from the Spains’ computer. The story Jenny told her sister about a shadowy intruder who was slipping past all the locks.
And Broken Harbor holds memories for Scorcher. Seeing the case on the news sends his sister Dina off the rails again, and she’s resurrecting something that Scorcher thought he had tightly under control: what happened to their family one summer at Broken Harbor, back when they were children.
With her signature blend of police procedural and psychological thriller, French’s new novel goes full throttle with a heinous crime, creating her most complicated detective character and her best book yet.
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Review: Broken Harbor (Dublin Murder Squad #4)User Review - KarenC - Goodreads
The most boring of French's four Murder Squad novels. Started out as a decent police procedural, but got bogged down in the psychology of the action. The introduction to the crime scene, the murdered ... Read full review
Review: Broken Harbor (Dublin Murder Squad #4)User Review - Culatta - Goodreads
I just love Tana French. I wrote up some notes but will have to fill this in later. Pg. 140 about other people's beliefs and pg. 160 again. Pg. 140: "Yes and no, Richie. Human beings aren't that ... Read full review