SeÃƒÂ¡n RuisÃƒÂ©al agus InÃƒÂon An OileÃƒÂ¡in
\nModhscÃƒÂ©al pÃƒÂ³ilÃƒÂneachta le
\nCÃƒÂ¡s ar leith atÃƒÂ¡ roimh an gcigire-Bhleachtaire SeÃƒÂ¡n RuisÃƒÂ©al anois. Bean a maraÃƒÂodh ina hoifig, cÃƒÂ© go raibh glas agus cÃƒÂ³ras slÃƒÂ¡ndÃƒÂ¡la nach ligfeadh aon duine isteach ann.
\nTÃƒÂ¡ ailibÃƒÂ lÃƒÂ¡idir ag gach duine a bhaineann leis an scÃƒÂ©al, de rÃƒÂ©ir cosÃƒÂºlachta.
\nAch lÃƒÂ©irÃƒÂonn dialann an mhairbh gurbh aisteach an saol rÃƒÂºnda a bhÃƒÂodh aici, agus deamhain phearsanta ÃƒÂ¡ ciapadh.
\nAgus an cÃƒÂ³ras slÃƒÂ¡ndÃƒÂ¡la sin, nÃƒÂ raibh sÃƒÂ© chomh daingean agus a ceapadh.
\nTÃƒÂ¡ freagra na gceisteanna ann, ach an mbeidh an RuisÃƒÂ©alach agus a fhoireann in ann teacht orthu?
\nA woman was killed in her office although her door had a security lock which prevented anybody getting in. Everybody concerned has an ironclad alibi.
\nThis is a special case for Detective Inspector SeÃƒÂ¡n RuisÃƒÂ©al..
\nThe answers are there but will the inspector and his team be able to find them?
\nThis is a lively detective story told with energy and illustrates the comings and goings of police work.
\nThis story was a joint winner in the 2006 Oireachtas for grownup fiction
\nSeÃƒÂ¡n OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Connor is a Dublin man working as a chemist in the United States since the 1960s. A lot of his work is to be found published by Comhar and Feasta
\nThis is SeÃƒÂ¡nÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first novel, but we will be looking forward to reading more of Detective RuisÃƒÂ©alÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s adventures in the future.