The Midnight Choir

April 11, 2007|
The Midnight Choir by Gene Kerrigan
Hurry! Only 2 left online!
Earn 120 plum® points
Buy Online
Ship to an address
Free shipping on orders over $35
Pick up in store
To see if pickup is available,
Find In Store
Not sold in stores
Prices and offers may vary in store


From the author of The Rage: “A ripping crime tale, impressive in scope and crackling with energy . . . a fascinating portrait of contemporary Ireland” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).

The Midnight Choir teems with moral dilemmas, and Dublin emerges as a city of ambiguity: a newly-scrubbed face hiding a criminal culture of terrible variety. Small-time criminals have become millionaire businessmen, the poor are still struggling to survive, and the police face a world where the old rules no longer apply. “Believe me, you wantThe Midnight Choir with you on holiday,” says theSunday Business Post. “This is the kind of book you pass on to someone you like, and say ‘read this.’”

“The author does everything well. He conveys beautifully the ritual of cops and their quarry, while evoking the feel of a city where new yuppie influence rubs up against the remnants of a seedy, savage past.”—New York Magazine

“The lethal precision of his closing punches leaves quite a lasting mark.”—Entertainment Weekly

“It’s Kerrigan’s firm control of the procedural genre and the breathtaking twist he gives his plot that show him to be a master of the form.”—Publishers Weekly

“An absorbing, beautifully written tale.”—The Times (London)

“Kerrigan’s moody, unsettling tale explores the criminal underside of Dublin and, by extension, the dark, hidden face of twenty-first-century Ireland . . . Gripping crime fiction in which the setting is unequivocally the protagonist.”—Booklist

“Good news for readers who can appreciate the moral complexities of this flawed hero.”—The New York Times

“An intricately plotted novel that can safely be mentioned in the same breath as those by Rankin.”—Library Journal (starred review)

Gene Kerrigan is a Dublin writer. He has been a journalist for over thirty years, Journalist of the Year in 1985 and 1990, and is the author of Another Country, This Great Little Nation (with Pat Brennan), Never Make a Promise You Can''t Break: How to Succeed in Irish Politics, and the novel, Little Criminals .
Title:The Midnight Choir
Product dimensions:352 pages, 8.23 X 5.29 X 1.12 in
Shipping dimensions:352 pages, 8.23 X 5.29 X 1.12 in
Published:April 11, 2007
Publisher:Europa Editions
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781933372266

Recently Viewed