Conor Brady visits Bailieborough Library
Date: 06 September 2012
We are delighted to welcome journalist & author Conor Brady to Bailieborough Library
Conor will be reading from his new novel, “A June of Ordinary Murders”. He will also answer questions and sign copies of his books.
Conor Brady has worked for RTE, was editor of the Sunday Tribune, and also editor of the Irish Times from 1986-2002. Brady was a member of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission from 2006-2011. He has published two other non-fiction books.
“A June of Ordinary Murders” is an historical mystery set in Dublin during the great heat-wave of 1887. The city is getting ready for a royal visit as part of the celebrations for Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee. Political unrest sweeps through the city and the police force is apprehensive about a possible assassination attempt. In the midst of all this activity the bodies of a man and young boy are found in The Phoenix Park and it is up to Detective Joe Swallow to investigate these ordinary (not politically motivated) murders.
Admission will be free and all are welcome. For further information please call the library at 042 9665779