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Last Orders

The Dublin Trilogy, Book 4
Narrated by: Morgan C. Jones
Series: The Dublin Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 56 mins
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Summary

As a wise man once said, just because you're done with the past, doesn't mean the past is done with you.

Paul can't let an incident from his past go. When he finds out a rival detective agency played a key role in it, he drags MCM Investigations into a blood feud that they can't hope to win. Soon they're faced with the prospect of the company going out of business, and Brigit going out of her damn mind.

When long-buried bodies are discovered in the Wicklow Mountains, Bunny's past starts closing in on him, too. Who can he trust when he can't even trust himself? When he finds himself with nowhere left to run and nobody he can turn to, will the big fella make the ultimate sacrifice to protect the ones he loves? 

When all that's left is the fall, the fall is everything. 

And even the mighty fall.

Last Orders is the thrilling conclusion of the critically acclaimed Dublin Trilogy, which melds fast-paced action with a distinctly Irish acerbic wit. It's best enjoyed having listened to the other books in the series, particularly the prequel, Angels in the Moonlight

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Better and Better

This series of novels are just fantastic, and this one was no disappointment.

Crime novels with all the grit filled mean streets you could ask for, but with an abundance of characters - all begging for stand alone novels of their very own - who add wit and emotion and a painful realism to utterly bizarre events and situations.

This is laugh out loud funny, but has a solid plot, and is genuinely touching in parts too.

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favourite audible so far

loved all the books and they improve with each installment. the voice acting is outstanding. I hope there's more to come. 4 books in this trilogy isn't enough.

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4 books in a trilogy

loved the narration and story of all 4 books in the trilogy. 4 books in a trilogy sums it it up nicely.

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Drawn out thin story

First two books were good. This book is just a prelude that probably shouldn't have been a complete book.

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Excellent trilogy!

Thoroughly enjoyed this trilogy of books. The author has created characters with depth, with deep emotional traits and humour. Laughed out loud many times and was shocked by the twists of the plot. Excellent narration - he brought the characters to life and has the perfect voice for story telling. Thank you!

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Another epic book from Caimh

This was such an addictive trilogy. They make for easy listening and bring the biggest smiles.

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A fitting end to the trilogy

If I ever need help with wrapping Christmas presents, I’d hire Caimh O’Donnell in an instant. I’ve never come across anyone better at tying up loose ends. This guy can write, and with a tremendous mixture of humour, pathos and excitement into the bargain.

This book does get a tiny bit slow compared to the first two books, but more than makes up for it with the ending. Morgan C. Jones again does great job with the narration and characterisation.

I’m off to devour some more of these books - stumbled across them by accident and now can’t get enough of them and Bunny McGarry’s antics. Highly recommended.

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Another fine tale we'll performed

Last Orders is a pair of parallel stories involving the cast of previous books. Paulie and Bridget's detective agency are in a nasty turf war with rivals, whilst Bunny has some ghosts of the past return with the discovery of two bodies in Wicklow.

Colin C Jones is excellent as always. Of the three books I feel this is the weakest. It is still good. Really good. But the two stories were not interdependent. Unlike the other stories. That left me wanting more depth from the American angle. Mayer that was intentional.

Overall this is really worth listening to.

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  • 10-09-19

A great series of books

All four books were just brilliant, very entertaining and the narration was just awesome. Recommended.

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'I can hear her singing'

Had me laughing and crying all the way through.
Story as good as ever and excellent narration. a great sequel to the prequel

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  • 18-02-20

A little too much going on.

This book could have been intertwined with the flashback book "Angels in the Moonlight," and edited down. Still good, but a little too long to tell 1 story. I enjoyed it. I don't feel like I've wasted my time. But, it might have been more exciting to add some urgency.

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  • Quirky SF fan
  • 07-11-19

Solid plot line to go with memorable characters

I recommend you listen to the prequel after the first two books in the series. Save this one for last. This book won’t make much sense if you skip the prequel.

I love the plot twists and complexity of the characters. Plus a lot of really funny stuff. This series is one I will revisit in a few years.

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  • Kathy from Phoenix
  • 03-08-19

Wonderful!

Another great entry in the “Dublin Series”. I’ve read them all and am still on the edge of my seat awaiting the next audiobook release. Morgan C, Jones does such a great job of voicing all the characters, but especially Bunny, that the audiobook experience is just as delightful even when you know what’s coming. I highly recommend all Mr. McDonnell’s books and this is no exception. Definitely want to have read/listened to Angels in the Moonlight first.

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  • Midwesterner
  • 24-05-19

I love this series.

so entertainin! the narrator is great . I wouldnt know about that one Cork accent, but the way it is done here perfectly illustrates my favorite character.
I love quirky characters and these are they.