Dublin based novelist David Pearson has just had his fifteenth book published after we snapped him up in 2018.
Over the last three years approximately 200,000 of his murder mystery books have sold on Kindle worldwide, and every month more than one million pages are read in the Kindle library.
David’s latest tile, MURDER IN AN IRISH BOG is a continuation of his series set in Galway, and is proving to be just as popular as the previous books.
David is a wonderful storyteller. He succeeds in conveying the atmosphere and character of Ireland’s people, culture and landscape in easy-to-read stories that are popular the world over.”
Speaking today, the David said:
“People ask me why these books are so successful. I think it’s partly the strength of the location. People can identify with the extraordinary scenery in Connemara and the rugged beauty of a place where it’s possible to experience all four seasons in a single day!”
To many of his readers, characters in the books are becoming like old friends.
MURDER IN AN IRISH BOG, published on Monday 8th March, follows the story of one such character Detective Inspector Maureen Lyons, who is charged with getting to the bottom of a murder and dodgy dealings involving a US minerals prospector in a very wet Connemara.
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With tourism battered and the future uncertain, it is heartening that all Ireland has to offer is being kept in the limelight.