Caitlin (Kate) O'Rourke is not your typical Irish-American lass. At six-one and one-hundred-seventy-eight pounds, with dark skin, raven-black hair, and a nose like an eagle, the MVP setter/middle blocker on the Italian Pro Volleyball circuit is a has-been in her late 20s, prematurely retired due to a blown-out knee. She's bitter, dejected, and not sure of what to do with the rest of her life. Kehough's Irish Pub in Nashville, Tennessee, with its upstairs apartment, is home to Kate and, indirectly, provides a solution to her search. File this first book in the series under "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished." After Kate rescues a damsel in distress from a mugger, she gets roped into babysitting the woman until the locks are changed on the woman's house. But when Kate's charge is murdered on her watch, the former Irish step dancer, former star athlete, and now owner of a Nashville Irish pub sets out to find out who did it—and why.


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Black-Irish Setter
by Bill Stackhouse

Mystery & Suspense Pr
February 1, 2003
ISBN #0595270638
260 pages
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