#IrishFictionFortnight - Day 11 - "The Organised Criminal" by Jarlath Gregory. Giveaway.
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Spiked with black humour throughout, The Organised Criminal introduces us to Jay O'Reilly, reluctantly returning to his family home. A childhood steeped in dysfunction, as a result of his family's criminal activity, made O'Rielly determined never to return. Despite his attempts to leave the past behind, Jay comes home to bid a final farewell to his recently-departed cousin Duncan. Though Jay likes to think he's turned his back on his community, his lost past still holds a bleak fascination for him.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
.Jarlath Gregory grew up in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh.
His novels are Snapshots (Dublin, Sitric Books, 2001); and G. A. A. Y: One Hundred Ways to Love a Beautiful Loser (Sitric Books, 2005).