Frank Connolly Conspiracy of Lies

Frank Connolly reads from A Conspiracy of Lies

Frank will perform a scene from his new novel, reading the part of Joe.  Sharing the stage with Frank will be Molly O’Halloran who will read passages from the character of Angie.  November 26th.

A Conspiracy of Lies
Frank Connolly
April 2019
Three big bangs shook Dublin in May 1974.
Angie and Joe meet in the wake of the single worst atrocity of the
Troubles. Brought together by the effect of the bombings on their lives,
these two young people set out on a quest to discover who is
responsible, facing confrontation with dark forces in Irish and British
This thriller is set among the cultural and political life of Dublin in the
1970s. Angie and Joe’s relationship deepens as they delve into the
shocking political and criminal landscape surrounding those in high
places with the blood of innocents on their hands. But the more they find
out, the deeper they become embroiled in a world they don’t understand,
and the consequences could be devastating.
Frank Connolly is an investigative journalist who has written extensively
on current affairs and politics in Ireland over the past 30 years. His
journalism contributed to the establishment of two judicial tribunals into
planning and police corruption. He has worked with numerous Irish
media organisations over the years and has been a regular contributor on
radio and television news and current affairs programmes. A graduate
of Trinity College, Dublin, he has also lectured in journalism and
regularly appears at book and cultural festivals and events to promote
his work. He is currently Head of Communications at SIPTU. His
previous books include Tom Gilmartin: the Man who brought down a
Taoiseach and NAMA-Land , and he is the editor of The Christy
Moore Songbook.
Product format:Paperback
Price: €16.99; £14.50
ISBN: 978 1 78117 662 7
Extent: 352 pp
Format: 215 x135mm

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