Our highest award, The Literary Titan Gold Award, is bestowed on books
that we found to be perfect in their delivery of original content, utilizing
fresh themes to convey innovative ideas, and deftly uses elegant prose
to transform words into expertly written literature. The Doom Murders
by Brian O’Hare scores highly on all points. It also gains a well-deserved
five gold stars from one of our key reviewers.
Read the whole review here
Prominent figures in Belfast are being murdered. The bodies are left naked and posed in grotesquely distorted shapes. No clues are left at the forensically immaculate crime scenes except odd theatrical props and some random numbers and letters concealed at each scene by the killer. How are the victims linked? What is the connection between these killings, the bible, and a famous mediaeval painting of The Last Judgement?
The Doom Murders has been the recipient of three literary awards – The IDB Award in 2014; The New Apple Award, 2014, for Excellence in Independent Publishing; and the 2015 Readers’ Favourite International Book Awards (Bronze Medal Winner).
“The Chief Inspector, Jim Sheehan, is drawn so deftly and with such genuineness, you can feel him breathing.” (Eugene Fournier, novelist and screenwriter, film and TV)
“The most subtle of clues are intricately interwoven into the storyline, and even the most astute mystery buff is apt to miss them.” (Donna Cummins, Author of the Blacklick Valley Mystery Series)
“Incredibly addictive page turner.” (Meghan, Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer)
“O’Hare leans toward the human side of his characters, imbuing them with a real world presence that is in turn witty and passionate.” (Roy.T James, for Readers’ Favourite)
See the Literary Titan interview with the author about his book on the link here: