Sigil

EVERY VILLAGE HAS ITS SECRETS The sleepy Irish village of Ballygorm is shocked one bright summer morning by the tragic news that one of their own, a successful young builder and devoted family man has been found dead, hanging in an apparent suicide But Parish Priest, Father Tom Regan is sceptical Inspired by his TV detective hero, Fr Regan uses his twin role as confes EVERY VILLAGE HAS ITS SECRETS The sleepy Irish village of Ballygorm is shocked one bright summer morning by the tragic news that one of their own, a successful young builder and devoted family man has been found dead, hanging in an apparent suicide But Parish Priest, Father Tom Regan is sceptical Inspired by his TV detective hero, Fr Regan uses his twin role as confessional confidante and the village s religious figurehead to investigate the mysterious death and he suspects foul play Piecing the clues together, he finds that his outwardly pious and tight knit community has been harbouring a murderer in a village where everyone is a suspect.
Sigil EVERY VILLAGE HAS ITS SECRETS The sleepy Irish village of Ballygorm is shocked one bright summer morning by the tragic news that one of their own a successful young builder and devoted family man has

  • Title: Sigil
  • Author: Aidan J. Reid
  • ISBN: 9781532910371
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Aidan J. Reid

    AIDAN J REID is a writer and freelance blogger originally from Northern Ireland.His debut sci fi thriller, PATHFINDERS, was released on March 1st 2016 The theme of lucid dreaming as well as what is hidden in the deep, dark subconscious parts of our mind are explored.A second book Sigil was released on June 23rd 2016 and became a 1 bestseller It follows the adventure of a Catholic parish priest in a small village in Ireland who suspects that a local suicide has sinister elements involved.His short story, Spectrum, can be downloaded for free from his website where he blogs regularly.

    388 Comment

    • Patricia Romero said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:53 PM

      This book had a lot of the ingredients that I like in a suspense thriller. Set in Ireland with Father Tom Regan, a parish priest with a love of mysteries and the television show starring Detective Bourbon. He fancies himself something of a sleuth. But living in the small village of Ballygorm there isn't a lot of sleuthing to be done.Until a local man is found hanging in Joe Boyd's barn. Officially listed as a suicide but Fr Regan senses something isn't right about it and begins to emulate Detect [...]

    • Marco Antonio Ramirez irigoyen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:53 PM

      I found in this book a good and interesting thriller. Good plot and good characters, the story is interesting and at times riveting, it manages t keep the mystery until the end. God read, hard to put down!!

    • Pam said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:53 PM

      Although I finished this book quickly, I was not very impressed with it. The main premise was good, but the characters were, well, awful! Even the protagonist was awful! And the descriptions of the characters and everything that happened were so detailed as to be grossere is such a thing as too much information. Those things detracted from the overall story, which was too bad because I liked the story. The book definitely needs some polishing and editing.

    • Meredith said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:53 PM

      I won this book with the giveaways. I was excited to win in as it sounded like everything I would like in a mystery. However, I just couldn't get into to it. The victim was found hanging in an apparent suicide. Mentioned at least five times in the first five chapters was that it was obviously a suicide because the victims hands were securely tied behind his back. This made me roll my eyes, I couldn't believe that someone could securely tie their hands behind their back, so I tried and I couldn' [...]

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