Anthony Quinn

Anthony Quinn was born in 1971 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and after completing an English degree at Queen's University followed various callings --- social worker, counsellor, lecturer, organic market gardener, yoga teacher --- before becoming a part-time journalist and full-time father. His short stories have been short-listed twice for a Hennessy/New Irish Writing Award. He was also the runner-up in a Sunday Times New Food Writer competition. DISAPPEARED is his first novel. He works as a reporter in the wilds of County Tyrone.

Anthony Quinn

Books by Anthony Quinn

by Anthony Quinn - Fiction, Mystery

Retired Special Branch agent David Hughes disappears after looking into the previously closed case of Oliver Jordan, who went missing at the hands of the IRA decades ago. Soon after, a former spy is found bludgeoned to death, the day after placing his own obituary in the newspaper. To solve this string of murders, Catholic detective Celcius Daly must reach decades into the past, confronting a painful history that Ireland would prefer to forget.