Michael Russell

The City of Strangers

The SUNDAY TIMES top 20 bestseller!
Shortlisted for the CWA Endeavour Historical Dagger Award
New York, 1939: A city of hope. A city of opportunity. A city hiding dark secrets …
A brutal murder in an affluent suburb of Dublin and the unexplained death of an Irish diplomat in Manhattan…
Garda Sergeant Stefan Gillespie is sent to America to bring a killer to justice, but his mission soon becomes part of an increasingly personal struggle. A chance encounter with an old friend draws him deep into a chilling network of conspiracy, espionage and terror with disturbing connections to home.
He becomes more involved than he should in an Irish woman’s bid for freedom from the clutches of the Manhattan underworld, and discovers that the war that is looming in Europe is already being played out here on the streets, with deadly consequences.
In this time when people must make a stand for what they believe in, the stakes for Stefan Gillespie, and everything he holds dear, couldn’t be higher.
Elegant and atmospheric, The City of Strangers is a perfect thriller for fans of C.J. Sansom and Carlos Ruiz Zafon.
464 printed pages


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