Brothers' Tears

Brothers Tears Ex Ireland rugby player and now successful businessman Jim O Connor is shot dead point blank range in the car park of a restaurant where he is hosting a family celebration DCI Percy Peach is brought

  • Title: Brothers' Tears
  • Author: J.M. Gregson
  • ISBN: 9780727882745
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ex Ireland rugby player and now successful businessman Jim O Connor is shot dead, point blank range, in the car park of a restaurant where he is hosting a family celebration DCI Percy Peach is brought back from holiday to head up an investigation that has got nowhere It seems Jim O Connor had some rather unpleasant business contacts, many with the motive to get rid of hiEx Ireland rugby player and now successful businessman Jim O Connor is shot dead, point blank range, in the car park of a restaurant where he is hosting a family celebration DCI Percy Peach is brought back from holiday to head up an investigation that has got nowhere It seems Jim O Connor had some rather unpleasant business contacts, many with the motive to get rid of him However, when law abiding Dominic O Connor is also killed, within days of his brother, Brunton CID can only assume there must be some link between the two murders, so should they really be looking closer to home for the culprit .

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    About "J.M. Gregson"

    1. J.M. Gregson

      James Michael Gregson taught for twenty seven years in schools, colleges and universities before concentrating on full time writing He has written books on subjects as diverse as golf and Shakespeare.

    339 thoughts on “Brothers' Tears”

    1. When Jim O'Connor is shot dead during a social event, DCI Percy peach and his team have plenty of suspects. O'Connor was a successful business man who combined legitimate with illegal businesses and the police were ever watchful of his activities. Naturally he had plenty of enemies in the business world and the criminal world but it is always a victim's nearest and dearest who are prime suspects and in this case Peach and his team look closely at his brother Dominic. When Dominic is also found d [...]


    2. A good read, though not the best I've read so far.Retains the 4-star status purely because of the gorgeous scene with a drunk Detective Chief Superintendent Tommy Bloody Tucker. That scene is pure gold.


    3. This is my first try with this series and although I liked the novel on the whole, I don't like the character of Percy Peach. The remaining characters are all fine. The plot is well planned and moves quite quickly. I doubt I will read more of this series.


    4. Gregson is frighteningly prolific, turning out a lot of police procedurals (there are more than thirty listed in the "other books by" section of this book). Usually, his Percy Peach books are a bit more light-hearted, but this one struck me as just routine. Percy and his team, largely his second in command Northcutt, and Percy's now wife (who can't work for him and is now working the vice squad) solve two different murders. The trick here is that the victims are closely connected, and the police [...]


    5. This is a DCI Percy Peach novel. There is a shooting at a restaurant and while this is being investigated the victims brother is found strangled with an electrical cable. Mysteriously we are told that the first murder has been solved and a business rival charge. This was all a bit abrupt. Then there is a sub plot of gangs trading in drugs and prostitution and also that the second victim was being tracked by the IRA. I felt that the plots were not linked well and in the end the wife did it! There [...]


    6. I am reading all of these because I like the Brits, but I really don't care for the dialogue between Peach and his boss.





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