Cora Harrison, Irish historical fiction
Booklist writes: "An unusual and beguiling murder mystery set in a sixteenth-century Ireland that is as lovely, innocent, and enchanting as Camelot—until murder befouls the setting. "Mara, the Burren Brehon (maker of judgments), is wise, patient, fair, and kind, but all of these qualities are tested when a band of religious pilgrims comes through the Burren.17 Best Irish Crime and Mystery Writers To Read Now,We know some of the best current Irish crime and mystery writers intimately as many of them have been great supporters of ours from the beginning, when we started: Around 5 years ago, for example, William Ryan and Declan Burke had a wonderful conversation hosted by Mystery Tribune (read more here).Irish crime fiction titles have also always been among our favorite picks (see Top 10 Great Irish,British Cozy Mysteries: An Intro To The Genre And 7 Books,,Technically, this isn’t British, either. It’s set in Ireland, not Northern Ireland, so it’s not part of the UK. But it is lovely and has paranormal things, so bonus! Gesthemane Brown accepts a less than ideal job at a school in the Irish countryside, teaching rowdy boys how to be an orchestra.