The Mystery of Mercy Close – Audiobook Online

“The Mystery of Mercy Close” by Marian Keyes follows the story of Helen Walsh, a private investigator who has fallen on hard times during the financial crisis in Ireland. While struggling with depression and a failing business, she is given the opportunity to investigate the disappearance of a boyband member who has gone missing before their comeback tour. As she delves deeper into the case, Helen must confront her own personal demons, including issues with her family, relationships, and mental health. With the help of her family and friends, she discovers the truth about the missing boy and ultimately learns to accept and deal with her own personal problems. Filled with wit, humor, and relatable characters, “The Mystery of Mercy Close” is a heartwarming and entertaining read.

  • The Mystery of Mercy Close
  • By:  Marian Keyes
  • Narrated by:  Niamh Daly

The Mystery of Mercy Is Near, read by actress Niamh Daly.

“I use something called Shovel List.” “A shovel…?” “NO. A list of shovels. It’s more than a concept thing. It’s a list of all the people and things that I hate so much that I want to hit them in the face with a shovel.”

Meet Helen – the youngest of the Walsh sisters and a rule to herself. She gets bored easily, has an inability to filter her thoughts, and gets fired from every job she ever had before she found her true calling as a private investigator. . But times were tough for PI, and Helen had no choice but to find the AWOL boy band that was once Wayne Diffney: The Wacky One. This Where’s Wayne game isn’t all bad.

It may have brought charming con man Jay Parker back into her life, but it gave her an excuse to avoid the usual Walsh family dramas and intense stares from her boyfriend. Beautiful Artie made her heart race with lust and panic. Equal measure. But most of all, it was a great distraction from the huge swarm of black vultures that had gathered above her head. If she hides in the target’s empty house on Mercy Close long enough, they’ll probably leave… But as Helen begins to unravel the mysteries revealed on Mercy Close, she discovers a kindness in a man who doesn’t want to be discovered. Can someone tell her to look a little closer to home?

The mystery part is so good you won’t be able to decipher it until near the end, just get a little ahead of the main character and then revisit the clues that say “of course!” But that’s fun, isn’t it?

Depression… I believe it was done to illustrate how a person with endogenous depression feels and her interactions with the rest of the world: family, friends, work , etc. And I think M.Keyes did a great job.

So for me, the fruit of this listening is that by going through this little mystery, the listener will know the suffering of someone with e. depression and knowing and understanding this terrible disease one will become more respectful and compassionate towards these patients, at least that’s what I believe.

I should also point out that this dark version of M.Keyes is a shock. There’s a dark sense of humor and a kind of bitter wit to the world as it is (mainly the economy). But again, it’s the color of the glass on which the protagonist sees the aforementioned world.

The performer was great. Very good!

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