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The Scholar (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Scholar (MP3)
Series:
DI Cormac Reilly #2
Written by:
Dervla McTiernan 
Read by:
Aoife McMahon 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours 20 minutes 
MP3 size:
430 MB 
Published:
March 01 2019 
Available Date:
March 01 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781460790113 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/HarperCollins audio 
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Detective Cormac Reilly must once again navigate the tensions of the Galway police station, whilst investigating a murder that is far too close to home.

Being brilliant has never been this dangerous ... When Dr Emma Sweeney stumbles across the victim of a hit-and-run outside Galway University late one evening, she calls her partner, Detective Cormac Reilly, bringing him to the scene of a murder that would otherwise never have been assigned to him. A security card in the dead woman’s pocket identifies her as Carline Darcy, a gifted student and heir apparent to Irish pharmaceutical giant Darcy Therapeutics. The multi-billion-dollar company, founded by her grandfather, sponsors university research facilities and has funded Emma’s own ground-breaking work. The inquiry into Carline’s death promises to be high profile and high pressure. As Cormac investigates, evidence mounts that the death is linked to a Darcy laboratory and, increasingly, to Emma herself. Cormac’s running of the case comes under scrutiny, and he is forced to question his own objectivity. Could his loyalty to Emma have led him to overlook evidence? Has it made him a liability?

'Brilliantly crafted ... incredibly real-feeling characters.'
The Sunday Mirror

'Wonderful characters, authentic setting, and a sublime, twisty plot.'
Irish Examiner