New Yorker Tara Meehan's first trip to Galway may be her last . . .
never imagined her introduction to Ireland like this—carrying her mam’s
ashes to honor her final request: “Tell Johnny I’m sorry . . . Take me
home.” She’s never met her mam's estranged brother, Johnny Meehan, who
owns an architectural salvage business in Galway. Although Tara is
immediately charmed by the medieval city, the locals seem wary of
strangers and a gypsy warns her that death is all around.
Tara arrives at her uncle’s stone cottage, the prophesy seems true. A
dead man lies sprawled over the threshold in a pool of blood. The victim
turns out to be Johnny’s wealthiest client, and her missing uncle is
the garda’s number-one suspect. In trying to find Johnny and solve the
crime, Tara uncovers her mam and uncle’s troubled past. But with a
desperate killer about, she had better mind herself, or they’ll be
tossing her ashes in Galway Bay . . .