Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth
Ghosts of Belfast is a book I wholeheartedly recommend. It's not quite a mystery, not quite horror/paranormal, kind of a mix of the two. It keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering who is next.
Gerry Fegan, a retired hit man for the Irish Republic Army, never expected his "retirement" to go so off course. He's followed by the ghosts of the people he killed. Their spirits won't rest until he kills the people behind their deaths. He'll keep seeing them and hearing their screams until he does their bidding, but that means committing crimes he swore he'd never commit again.
I never would have imagined finding Gerry to be such a likeable character, but he really was. The ghosts that haunt him play an important part in the story, and you learn more about them as the story progresses. That's where the mystery comes into play. You don't know who is next or why they ordered the …