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    The Sunday Times snubs 75 years of Irish crime fiction

    Dan Sheehan

    May 13, 2019, 3:00pm

    The publication of a listicle entitled “The 100 Best Crime Novels and Thrillers Since 1945” in the Sunday Times over the weekend left the Irish crime fiction community justifiably aghast, and author Brian McGilloway succinctly summed up why:

    If you (unlike Rupert Murdoch’s Hiberno-Hatin’ Crime Squad) are curious about what’s going on in the world of Irish crime lit, our friends at CrimeReads have you covered with “The 15 Irish Crime Writers You Should Be Reading Now

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