A murder mystery which examines the fear factor in true crime documentaries

Louise O’Neill’s direct style and diligent plotting keep the pages turning, but a lighter touch on political issues would be welcome

30th August, 2020
A murder mystery which examines the fear factor in true crime documentaries
Louise O’Neill: a trademark of her writing is her engagement with political issues. Picture: Clare Keogh

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After the Silence

By Louise O’Neill

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