Kerrigan Byrne
Kerrigan Byrne
Kerrigan Byrne
Kerrigan Byrne

The Business of Blood

Book 1: The Fiona Mahoney Mysteries

About the Book

With intriguing twists, blood-chilling discoveries, and dazzling prose, USA Today Bestselling author Kerrigan Byrne shows that a woman’s work is never done, even when is sleuthing out a serial killer.

London, 1890. Blood and death are Fiona Mahoney’s trade, and business, as they say, is booming.

Dying is the only thing people do with any regularity, and Fiona makes her indecorous living cleaning up after the corpses are carted away. Her childhood best friend, Mary, was the last known victim of Jack the Ripper. It’s been two years since Fiona scrubbed Mary’s blood from the floorboards, and London is no longer buzzing about the Ripper, but Fiona hasn’t forgotten.

And she hasn’t stopped searching for Jack.

When she’s called to a murder in the middle of the night, Fiona finds a victim carved in an eerily similar fashion to those of the Ripper, and only a few doors down from Mary’s old home. The relentless, overbearing, and inconveniently intriguing Inspector Grayson Croft warns her away from the case. She might have listened, if she hadn’t found a clue in the blood. A clue that will lead her down a path from which there is no return.

As a killer cuts a devastating swath through London, a letter written in blood arrives at her door, and it is only then that Fiona realizes just how perilous her endeavor is. For she has drawn the attention of an obsessive evil, and is no longer the hunter, but the prey.

Fiona Mahoney is in the business of blood. But she’s not the only one.

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The Business of Blood audiobook by Kerrigan Byrne

Audiobook

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Narrator: Justine Eyre
Format: Unabridged
Runtime: 8h 56m

The Details

Published: October 20, 2019
Publisher: Gnarly Wool Publishing
Formats: EbookPaperbackAudiobook
ISBN-10: 1947204998 ISBN-13: 978-1947204997 ASIN: B08189JVXR
Genres & Tropes
Historical Mysteries, Victorian Mystery, Jack the Ripper, Mystery

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