Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

September Books 21) The Sleepers of Erin, by Jonathan Gash

Lovejoy goes to Ireland this time, lured into a particularly implausible (though for once fairly comprehensible) scheme involving fake gold copies of a Celtic torc, and Lovejoy becoming very entangled with the women behind the scheme. As with the Hong Kong of Jade Woman, this Ireland is of an earlier time period than the one the book is ostensibly set in; but also (as indeed in most of his work) Gash largely avoids ethnic stereotypes. Can't quite say the same for his women though.
Tags: bookblog 2012, world: ireland, writer: jonathan gash

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