Gene Kerrigan

Gene Kerrigan is an Irish journalist and novelist who grew up in Cabra in Dublin. His works include political commentary on Ireland since the 1970s in such publications as Magill magazine and the Sunday Independent newspaper. He has also written about Ireland for International Socialism magazine.[1] He was chosen as World Journalist of the Year in 1985 and 1990, and has written books, including fiction and non-fiction.

His book The Rage won the 2012 Gold Dagger for the best crime novel of the year.[2]

List of works

Non-Fiction
  • with Derek Dunne
  • with Derek Speirs
  • with Pat Brennan
Fiction


Awards

Dark Times in the City has been nominated for the CWA Gold Dagger at the 2009 Crime Thriller Awards.[3]

References

External links

  • Sunday Independent
  • PDF format, 290 KB
  • , the Irish writers' database

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