“An unexpected smidge of gravitas helps Nuala Anne’s sixth rise to the top of the series.”---Kirkus on Irish Cream
“Irresistible.”---Booklist on Irish Cream
“No contemporary writer is better than Greeley at depicting the genius, humor, logic, personal skills, and cultural idiosyncrasies of the Irish, whether in American cities like Chicago or across the big pond in Ireland. This author is the master of modern Irish ethnic genius! . . . A delight to read. . . . This book is bound to give you a few hours of great reading pleasure!”---Shelby-Utica News, Utica MI on Irish Cream
"The prolific cleric plops his psychic singer heroine and her family into a delicious stew of trouble in his latest crowd pleaser. . . . The double plot is rich with detail, while the couple's earnestness and good intentions are never in question."--Publishers Weekly on Irish Stew!
"The parallels found between the Coynes and the 1880s Fitzpatricks add a unique dimension and the comical banter between Dermot and Nuala Anne cleverly gives the reader insight into their Irish heritage as well as their Catholic faith. . . . [A] pleasing read."--Romantic Times on Irish Stew!
"Greeley fans will be pleased."--Arizona Daily Star on Irish Stew!
"Once again, Father Greeley, with his enormous storytelling skill, his knowledge of Chicago, and his mastery of the mystery genre, combines two separate tales in two different eras to give us readers one tantalizing and endearing experience."--Sullivan County Democrat on Irish Stew!
"Father Greeley's deep and obvious love for the history and culture of Ireland shines through in his latest contemporary mystery. . . . Greeley skillfully depicts an Ireland flushed with economic success but still carrying the scars of historic poverty."--Publishers Weekly on Irish Love
"Greeley has a remarkable way of tying all the loose ends together to create a memorable story. Along the way, he throws in a commentary on racism, intolerance, and a short lesson on the Bill of Rights. Irish Eyes is an appealing installment in the ongoing story of Nuala Anne. . . . Once you get to know these two engaging people, you'll find yourself wanting more. Call it the charm of the Irish."--Bookpage on Irish Eyes
"Solid, modest Dermot and fiery, unpredictable Nuala Anne enjoy an ideal marriage: sexy and humorous and unabashedly loving."--Los Angeles Times on Irish Mist
" 'Tis a charmin' tale that Andrew Greeley tells in his latest mystery novel. . . . It's a lively novel filled with Irish wit, interesting situations and likable people."--The Chattanooga Times on Irish Whiskey
"Like the delicate handwork its title evokes, Greeley's Irish Lace is finely crafted, laced with compelling characters and criss-crossed with strong story lines."--Savannah Morning News
"A tale of young love and faith with a cast of characters, Irish and American, that very well may open Greeley's work to a generation of new readers. Yet those who have followed his works in the past will find the same story-telling mastery and the same understanding of the heart."--Chicago Tribune on Irish Gold
"May be Andrew M. Greeley's best effort yet. It has more of everything-more plot, denser character development, fresh dialogue and a more solid now story line than his previous novels. . . . Gives a different dimension and personal look at Irish history and its heroes and villains. . . . A first-rate adventure story with the love interest intertwined in the mystery."--Baltimore Sun on Irish Gold