Broken Harbor - Chapters 1 - 3 Summary & Analysis

Tana French
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Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy was good at his job. He had nearly the highest solve rate in the Dublin Murder Squad, and he always took the hardest cases. That morning, when Superintendent O’Kelly approached him, he knew it would be a big one. A family in the new housing development Ocean View in coastal Brianstown had been murdered in the night. The only survivor was the wife Jennifer Spain, now in critical condition and predeceased by her husband Patrick Spain, six-year-old daughter Emma, and three-year-old son Jack. Kennedy quickly agreed to take the case on, and went inform his new partner Richie Curran. Richie had only been moved to Murder Squad a few weeks before, and Kennedy was trying to train the slight, working-class young man in the ways of their profession. In the car to the crime scene Kennedy gave him a...

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