• July 18, 2012
    By Cassandra Landry

    Grisly-murder novelist Tana French has an infectious laugh and an easygoing cadence to her voice, something that might surprise you if you've read her novels. Her stories - set in her native Ireland - are filled with wrenching hairpin twists and turns conveyed in eloquent prose that somehow makes you feel better about being glued to graphic post mortems in bed at 3 am.

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