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Now That You've Gone - Fiona Gartland

Now That You've Gone - Fiona Gartland

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From the bestselling author of In the Court's Hands

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“I’ve witnessed many sordid things in my life. As a stenographer at 

the Criminal Courts of Justice, I thought I’d seen how low a human 

being might stoop. But one week into O’Malley v O’Malley and I’d 

decided there was nothing uglier than a bitter break-up.”

 

Stenographer Beatrice Barrington is back and working in the family law 

courts in Dublin when a friend seeks her help. Georgina O’Donnell’s 

husband, Andrew Dalton, has been murdered and the gardaí are keeping 

her in the dark. Georgina thinks Beatrice might be able to find some 

answers through her friend, retired detective Gabriel Ingram.

 

There has been a rift between Beatrice and Gabriel, but she agrees to 

do what she can. She contacts him and discovers he now has a lodger in 

Number 9, Oxmantown Road – a young woman with her own secrets.

 

Together Beatrice and Gabriel begin to uncover Andrew Dalton’s past. 

Then a stranger who says he is an old friend of Andrew’s appears and 

claims that the dead man owed him money. The pressure becomes too much 

for Georgina, and Beatrice finds herself trying to protect her friend 

and her family.

 

But who is she protecting them from?

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Now That You've Gone - Fiona Gartland

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From the bestselling author of In the Court's Hands

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