J.A. O’Brien began work with Irish Railways after leaving school but went to college at twenty to qualify in theoretical radio and electronics. He returned to Ireland after a job as a stock clerk in Smithfield to work for Eircom for twenty-eight years. Following early retirement, J.A. O’Brien started writing and has had a number of books published by Robert Hale, including Foul Death and Remains Found.
MISCHIEF DONE BY J. A. O’BRIEN
When nine-year-old Miranda Watts goes missing, suspicion falls on Samuel Curly, a local man responsible for the abduction of another girl some years previously.
When another young girl is found dead the pressure on acting DI Andy Lukeson intensifies, but the trail goes cold when the search for Curly finds him dead, a suicide note protesting his innocence. If Curly is truly innocent, as Lukeson begins to believe, then there is someone out there who knows where Miranda is, and if she’s still alive…