Live to Regret

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 1995 - Fiction - 251 pages
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Owen Keane returns, once again on the trail of human mysteries, hoping to find clues to the spiritual questions that haunt him. In this compelling new novel, Owen is struggling to recover from the sudden death of Mary Ohlman, the wife of his friend Harry - and, years ago, Owen's great love. But Owen must overcome his own grief to investigate Harry's strange behavior and extended retreat in a small New Jersey seashore town. Unsure whether Harry is tormented by sorrow, alcohol, or guilt, Owen gets caught up not only in his friend's troubles, but also in those of a doubtful priest and an enigmatic young woman, as well as the dark secret of the town itself. Untangling the mysteries of death and memories, Owen begins to understand his own life and future.

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Review: Live To Regret (Owen Keane Mystery #2)

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So far my favorite Owen Keane novel. The beginning and ending really get you in the gut. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
10
Section 3
18
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About the author (1995)

Terence Faherty is the author of two series: the Shamus-winning Scott Elliott private eye series, set in the golden age of Hollywood, and the Edgar-nominated Owen Keane series, which follows the adventures of a failed seminarian turned metaphysical detective. His short fiction has won the Macavity Award and been nominated for the Anthony and the Derringer. An occasional lecturer on the films of Basil Rathbone, Faherty was recently admitted to the Baker Street Irregulars. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife Jan.

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