• The cover of the book In the Woods

    In the Woods

    Like the first episode in Dublin Murders, the first novel sets the rich, suspenseful, atmospheric tone for the series. Readers meet detectives Rob Ryan and Cassie Maddox of the Dublin Murder Squad investigating a crime that is eerily similar to a cold case from twenty years past. We can promise one thing about French’s series and the new Dublin Murders show: the case involved in each novel is just as much about each protagonist’s complex character development, making it even more compelling and unputdownable.

     
  • The cover of the book The Likeness

    The Likeness

    You’ll be familiar with the names in French’s second novel if you’ve watched the first episode of Dublin Murders. The second novel hones in on former Dublin Murder Squad detective Cassie Maddox, who is brought back into the squad once a woman’s body is found, which bears a shocking resemblance to Cassie and is carrying an ID that has Cassie’s previous undercover alias.

     
  • The cover of the book Faithful Place

    Faithful Place

    Readers get the backstory of undercover detective Frank Mackey, whose tragic past comes back to haunt him when his former girlfriend’s suitcase appears behind a dilapidated house. You’ll be completely engulfed in this gripping third installment.

     
  • The cover of the book Broken Harbor

    Broken Harbor

    In French’s fourth well-crafted mystery, the star of the Dublin Murder Squad, Mick Kennedy, investigates a family murder case in a luxury development, which uncovers his own memories with his troubled sister.

     
  • The cover of the book The Secret Place

    The Secret Place

    Readers are re-introduced to detectives and characters from books past, getting a closer look into the private, and dangerous, world of teenage girls following a boy’s suspicious murder at an all-girls boarding school.

     
  • The cover of the book The Trespasser

    The Trespasser

    The sixth novel follows the detective Antoinette Conway as she and her fellow detective Stephen Moran investigate a seemingly simple domestic crime, but find that there is something deeper and darker within the case, as well as underneath Antoinette’s tough façade.

     
  • The cover of the book The Witch Elm

    The Witch Elm

    This is French’s standalone psychological suspense novel, which tells the captivating story of what happens when a lucky man loses everything. While not part of the Dublin Murder Squad series, the plot and character-rich story is just as filled to the brim with psychological drama and suspense as French’s other spell-binding novels.