Buried Lies


When Kieran Lenahan quit practicing law, he aimed to play on the PGA Tour. Six years later,  right after he has managed to qualify for the PGA Championship, his life takes a dreadful turn. First, a fire destroys Kieran’s pro shop. A firefighter is killed, and the fire marshal rules it is arson. Then Kieran’s caddie falls in front of a commuter train. Deirdre O’Meara, Kieran’s ex-girlfriend, insists the caddie was pushed. But who would kill a caddie? And is there a connection between the caddie’s death and the fire? Somewhere along the manicured fairways, saltwater inlets, and neatly trimmed greens, lies the shocking truth about the bad side of the good life. To prove his pro status on – and off – the green, Kieran needs to be better than good and more than lucky. He needs to stay alive.

“Daly mixes a believable plot with the on-course drama of a club pro qualifying for the PGA. The fact that Lenahan is a former lawyer lends credibility to his sleuthing and allows the two plot lines to coexist peacefully. Of equal importance, the golf scenes ring true and are vividly described.”
– Booklist

“A quirky and amusing page-turner”
– The New York Law Journal

“Good golf scenes and a believable mystery make this second Kieran Lenahan novel the best golfing mystery on the market – and a sure bet for fans of the game and the genre.”
– Booklist

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