On St. Patrick's Day, I thought it might be worth looking back at three very Irish mysteries, all by the Irish author Eilis Dillon. She wrote three, all of which were reviewed here a couple of years back. The titles (with links to my blog posts, which, in turn, will provide links to audio reviews) are: Death at Crane's Court, Sent to His Account, and Death in the Quadrangle.
Dillon was a remarkably prolific writer, but after writing these three books, all in the mid-1950s, she never wrote any more mysteries. It's a pity. These are all witty, well-clued mysteries with likeable characters, and the Irish setting generally adds to the enjoyment. The Rue Morgue Press has reissued all three of these delightful books. I'd recommend them - even after St. Patrick's Day is over.