If you want to read anything by author Bartholomew Gill, you better do it now, getting them from our own county library system.
Began this book in the Chicago public library, on my way to Ireland. Figured I buy it and read it in Dublin. No way. Turns out this was the author's final book. Couldn't find any books by Gill at any bookstore in Ireland, from Dublin to Glasgow; not new, not used. Came across the author in a used bookstore in Toronto on the way back, but only one title - not this one.
The book itself was very good for its genre: some gruesome violence, some mild sex, some politics, some unlikely teaming, lots of questions to be answered.
The story concerns the theft from Trinity College of the Book of Kells, the Book of Durrow, and the Book of Armagh. Durrow and Armagh are older than Kells. I got to see all three in situ.
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