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Joe Joyce is the author of three thrillers: ECHOLAND (set during the Second World War in Dublin), THE TRIGGER MAN (set during the Irish 'Troubles' in the late 1980s) and OFF THE RECORD (set in the 1970s world of Irish journalism), as well as a history/biography of THE GUINNESSES and a critically acclaimed play,THE TOWER, about James Joyce and Oliver St John Gogarty. He is co-author with Peter Murtagh of THE BOSS, the classic account of Irish politician Charles Haughey in power, and BLIND JUSTICE, about a celebrated miscarriage of justice. He has worked as a journalist for The Irish Times, The Guardian, and Reuters news agency.

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'Joe Joyce has written another winner. Echobeat, a compelling and evocative thriller set in neutral Dublin as World War II rages, is the sequel to last year's widely acclaimed Echoland. . . Excellent.' - Irish Independent

'A captivatingly intriguing novel which will be enjoyed by anyone who likes thrillers or historical fiction. Echobeat manages the neat feat of being a history lesson and a page-turner all in one.' - --Dermot Bolger, Sunday Business Post

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The story moves along at a good pace with tension building throughout from various sources.
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