O'Nelligan and the Perfect Game

Meet Lee Plunkett and Mr O Nelligan, the unforgettable duo featured in Michael Nethercott s The S ance Society, in this excellent short story set in the fall of 1956 When young private eye Lee Plunkett is hired by a lovely Italian immigrant to investigate the death of her father, he quickly realizes he s in over his head Luckily, Lee is than ably assisted by the cMeet Lee Plunkett and Mr O Nelligan, the unforgettable duo featured in Michael Nethercott s The S ance Society, in this excellent short story set in the fall of 1956 When young private eye Lee Plunkett is hired by a lovely Italian immigrant to investigate the death of her father, he quickly realizes he s in over his head Luckily, Lee is than ably assisted by the charming Mr O Nelligan, a scholarly, quick witted Irishman with a knack for quoting Celtic bards, and, importantly, solving crimes In the course of their investigation which involves prophetic dreams, stolen art, and the World Series Plunkett and O Nelligan must face off with a wealthy, debonair scoundrel who considers himself the perfect man Charming, unique, and wholly entertaining, O Nelligan and the Perfect Game introduces readers to the unlikely pair of Plunkett and O Nelligan, whose adventures continue in The S ance Society, coming soon from Minotaur Thomas Dunne Books.
O Nelligan and the Perfect Game Meet Lee Plunkett and Mr O Nelligan the unforgettable duo featured in Michael Nethercott s The S ance Society in this excellent short story set in the fall of When young private eye Lee Plunket

  • Title: O'Nelligan and the Perfect Game
  • Author: Michael Nethercott
  • ISBN: 9781466843677
  • Page: 465
  • Format: ebook
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    1. I love Mr. O'Nelligan! He reminded me of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple. Looking forward to reading the Seance Society this October.

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