Sleeping Dogs

  • Title: Sleeping Dogs
  • Author: Mark O'Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9781848271616
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sleeping Dogs Gangland boss Harry Larkin has taken three bullets and lies dying in a Dublin hospital Amongst his delusional ravings to Senior Ward Nurse Eveleen Morgan one name stands out Detective Inspector Leo W
    Gangland boss Harry Larkin has taken three bullets and lies dying in a Dublin hospital Amongst his delusional ravings to Senior Ward Nurse Eveleen Morgan, one name stands out Detective Inspector Leo Woods Harry s message for his old friend Leo find my daughter Whitney.Leo is drawn into the murky world of the Larkin family, a hell he thought he had escaped from thirtyGangland boss Harry Larkin has taken three bullets and lies dying in a Dublin hospital Amongst his delusional ravings to Senior Ward Nurse Eveleen Morgan, one name stands out Detective Inspector Leo Woods Harry s message for his old friend Leo find my daughter Whitney.Leo is drawn into the murky world of the Larkin family, a hell he thought he had escaped from thirty years earlier With the help of Detective Sergeant Helen Troy, his search for Whitney turns up questions than answers, darkness than light Who shot Harry Larkin What secrets are the Larkins hiding Is there a connection with the young hit and run victim lying beside Harry in the intensive care unit Why is a Libyan intern at the hospital taking such an interest And is Leo himself compromised by his past affair with Harry s wife, Liz While Woods and Troy struggle with the truth about a family built on deception, the search for Whitney becomes increasingly desperate Leo is looking to the future, and a tentative relationship with Eveleen but the past won t let him go that easily.

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    1. This is the second offering in the D.I Leo Woods series set in Ireland. It's a mystery/police procedural that deals with the very notorious gangland family the Larkins. The matriarch of the family Liz Larkin and Leo Woods have quite an acromonious past and is the basis for this quite convoluted mystery involving murder, abuse and family rivalry.I read the first book in this series and whilst I did enjoy this book I didn't feel that this story was as intricate nor as tightly woven the first book. [...]

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    2. O’ Sullivan’s debut novel Crocodile Tears made a strong impression on me last year and snapped at the heels of my final selection of the Top 5 crime reads of 2013. Introducing the slightly curmudgeonly and many-layered police officer DI Woods, I was struck by how O’Sullivan circumvented the normal bog-standard police procedural with his attention to characterisation and the more literary quality to his prose throughout. Sleeping Dogs has done little to undermine my initial favourable impre [...]

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    3. Sleeping Dogs is the second book in the DI Leo Woods series set in Dublin. In this outing, Leo is forced to revisit his past involvement with a criminal family through an investigation into the death of its patriarch and the disappearance of his daughter. Initially the case seems like it might be relatively straightforward, but it soon becomes clear that there is much more to Harry Larkin’s death than a simple shooting by a rival gang or a family feud, including a couple of international conne [...]

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    4. There’s nothing sleepy about this novel. It a good police procedural read. When Harry Larkin dies Senior Ward Nurse Eveleen Morgan tells DI Leo Woods of Larkin’s ramblings whilst he was in the ICU. As a result Woods is dragged into an investigation of Larkin and his family and Harry Larkin’s wife with whom he had a relationship with many years ago.The plot is credible and there is a good amount of emotional background twisting Leo’s life and impinging on his credibility as a detective. T [...]

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    5. Read this in virtually one sitting, which did nowt for the trapped nerve in my spine but entertained me hugely. Hugely individual characters whose interactions, so fraught with misunderstanding on each other's part, so well depicted by Mark O'Sullivan, set this above the average. The complexities of plots from murders to who left the flowers took me a little while to keep up with - which means I can read it again soon, while I eagerly await the next in the series.

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    6. Very enjoyable book which was very difficult to put down. I love when a book keeps dragging you back. Really good read, well worth checking out.

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    7. Bit disappointing, finished reading because that's what I do

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