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  • Paperback
  • 326 pages
  • In the Morning Ill be Gone (Sean Duffy #3)
  • Adrian McKinty
  • English
  • 17 August 2018
  • 1846688205

10 thoughts on “In the Morning Ill be Gone (Sean Duffy #3)

  1. says:

    In the Morning I ll be Gone is No 3 in the series with Northern Ireland s sergeant Sean Duffy back in fine form with his witty dialogue and no nonsense attitude When his beeper starts beeping and vibrating signifying a Class 1 emergency the highest general alert requiring all policemen and soldiers to respond without delay, Duffy is higher than a kite on Turkish black cannabis while totally immersed playing a video game Not getting his attention the phone starts ringing non stop which Duffy In the Morning I ll be Gone is No 3 in the series with Northern Ireland s sergeant Sean Duffy back in fine form with his wi...


  2. says:

    Early in the third novel in the Sean Duffy series, Duffy, a detective in the Royal Ulster Constabulary, is booted off the force for an offence he didn t commit Duffy is a brilliant detective, but he s also a wiseass of the first magnitude who prefers to work in his own way and who has little tolerance for his superiors, especially when they don t see things the way he does In consequence, his superiors take advantage of a trumped up charge to get him out of their hair.The series takes place in Early in the third novel in the Sean Duffy series, Duffy, a detective in the Royal Ulster Constabulary, is booted off the force for an offence he didn t commit Duffy is a brilliant detective, but he s also a wiseass of the first magnitude who prefers to work in his own way and who has little tolerance for his superiors, especially when they don t see things the way he does In consequence, his superiors take advantage of a trumped up charge to get him out of their hair.The series takes place in the Northern Ireland of the early 1980s the time of the Troubles, when Protestants and Catholics were at open war with each other Duffy, a Catholic, has always been a fish out of water in the Protestant RUC Most Catholics think he s a turncoat and the Protestants aren t sure they can trust him, but D...


  3. says:

    A spot on conclusion to the Troubles Trilogy Sean Duffy is back on the force but he is with the special branch MI5 and trying to locate a runaway IRA mastermind who used to be a friend of his There is always a side story and this one is a locked mystery who killed Lizzy Would Sean be able to know the killer and solve a cold case, while at the same time capture a bomb mastermind The ...


  4. says:

    The structure of trilogies must have some appeal for McKinty, not just because he has previous form From the outside you can see that it could be quite a challenge to build a character s life and explore events in a proscribed number of books And then it s over For this reader it s a very bitter sweet experience Especially when, from book number one, this series cemented itself as a big part of January s expectations.Part of the appeal is obviously the central character Sean Duffy An outsid The structure ...


  5. says:

    This was my favorite book in the series so far I listened to the audio and the narrator has really grown on me He does a brilliant job, especially with the humor I don t think I ve ever laughed this much while listening to a book As always his descriptions of Ireland during the troubles is amazing, but this time he takes it even further, by describing how it feels like when in a bombed building The locked room case was very intriguing, and I loved the ending of the book So if you enjoy pol This was my favorite book in the series so far I listened to the audio and the narrator has really grown on me He does a brilliant job, especially with the humor I don t think I ve e...


  6. says:

    In this third book in the series Sean Duffy has been demoted despite solving his last case in spectactular fashion but embarrassing the powers that be by putting some FBI noses out of joint The book opens with a mass jail outbreak of 38 IRA prisoners and Sean being called into work in full riot gear to set up police road breaks Eventually half the escapees would be rounded up, with the rest managing to escape over the border to regroup and plan new attacks on the British forces in Northern Ire In this third book in the series Sean Duffy has been demoted despite solving his last case in spectactular fashion but embarrassing ...


  7. says:

    Wow Adrian McKinty sure knows how to write crime fiction that keeps me reading for hours.


  8. says:

    Like McKinty s other books, In the Morning I ll Be Gone is set in Ireland in the 1980s The book is full of pop culture references to remind us of the era Sean Duffy, between smoking weed and playing games on his Atari 5200 and trying to type up police reports on his brand new Macintosh computer, listens to Robert Plant, sneers at Spandau Ballet, and in the climax, spends a moment sharing a listen to Leonard Cohen on his Walkman with the IRA terrorist who s about to kill him.Aside from all the Like McKinty s other books, In the Morning I ll Be Gone is set in Ireland in the 1980s The book is full of pop culture references to remind us of the era Sean Duffy, between smoking we...


  9. says:

    In the final installment of this very excellent trilogy Sean Duffy is grassed up by a fellow officer and finds himself pensioned off from the force When an explosives expert for the IRA manages to break out of the Maze, Duffy is wooed by M15 Duffy and Dermot McCann share a history and M15 are desperate to find McCann None of McCann s family or friends are willing to talk except for one, and the information will come with a price, it involves a Cold Case and Duffy has to solve the murder in a In the final installment of this very excellent trilogy Sean Duffy is grassed up by a fellow officer and finds himself pensioned off from the force When an explosives expert for the IRA manages to break out of the Maze, Duffy is wooed by M15 Duffy and Dermot McCann share a history and M15 are desperate to find McCann None of McCann s family or friends are willing ...


  10. says:

    I love this series I guess you can call it a series instead of a trilogy since a fourth book is in the works Adrian McKinty s story of Sean Duffy, a Catholic cop in a Protestant world, set within the Troubles in Northern ...


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In the Morning Ill be Gone (Sean Duffy #3) A Spectacular Escape And A Man Hunt That Could Change The Future Of A Nation And Lay One Man S Past To Rest Sean Duffy S Got Nothing And When You Ve Got Nothing To Lose, You Have Everything To Gain So When MI5 Come Knocking, Sean Knows Exactly What They Want, And What He Ll Want In Return, But He Hasn T Got The First Idea How To Get It Of Course He S Heard About The Spectacular Escape Of IRA Man Dermot McCann From Her Majesty S Maze Prison And He Knew, With Chilly Certainty, That Their Paths Would Cross But Finding Dermot Leads Sean To An Old Locked Room Mystery, And Into The Kind Of Danger Where You Can Lose As Easily As Winning From Old Betrayals And Ancient History To 1984 S Most Infamous Crime, Sean Tries Not To Fall Behind In The Race To Annihilation Can He Outrun The Most Skilled Terrorist The IRA Ever Created And Will The Past Catch Him First


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