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Casey Kelleher
Author Casey Kelleher was born in Cuckfield, West Sussex. While she was growing up, she became an avid reader, and a huge fan of authors like Mandasue Heller and Martina Cole, who were major influences on her writing. She was a huge fan of gangland books and gritty crime thrillers.

While she was working as a beauty therapist and raising her three kids with her husband, she wrote her debut novel. Its success meant that she could give up her day job and concentrate on writing full time.

Casey’s debut novel, called “Rotten to the Core”, was released in the year 2011. Her work is from the crime, thriller, and mystery genres.

“The Betrayed” is the first novel in the “Byrne Family Trilogy” and was released in the year 2017. If you can’t trust your family, then who can you trust?

Colleen Byrne is the wife of Jimmy Byrne, one of the biggest faces on the streets in Soho. He promised that she would live a life of luxury, however behind the fur coats and diamonds is a dangerous world of lies and violence. With Daniel and Nancy, her two kids, she is in too deep and bound to Jimmy forever.

Twenty years later, and Nancy has grown into her dad’s daughter: calculated, strong, and ruthless, as Colleen blots the pain out of her marriage by any means necessary. Jimmy is discovered savagely killed, Nancy is hell bent on finding the killer. She will make them pay for what they did.

Only the killer is somebody close to home. Somebody that betrayed all of them. In order to catch a murderer, daughter and mom have to find the secrets that are ripping their family to pieces.

Casey delivers a novel of secrets, betrayal, and lies, with some excellent characterization. This is a brilliantly dark novel that had readers well and truly hooked.

“The Broken” is the second novel in the “Byrne Family Trilogy” and was released in the year 2018. They took her father, however she will not let them take her, too.

Nancy Byrne was once the apple of her dad’s eye. He may well have been one of the most feared gangsters in all of London, he still idolized little Nancy. However Jimmy is now dead having been gunned down in cold blood and Nancy vows to get vengeance for his death.

She is just twenty years old, however being the new head of the ruthless Byrne gang, running this lucrative world of sex, drugs, and violence has her in over her head. Keeping her family together while her beloved grandmother, Joanie, falls apart and Daniel goes off the rails and forces her to grow up quickly.

Even as she takes the men on at their own game, there is a bigger danger that hides on the dark streets. Jimmy’s killer is hot on her tracks and will stop at nothing to shut her up. Blood may be thicker than water, however soon, she realizes that there is nobody she can trust. Not even her family. Particularly her family.

“The Forgotten” is the third novel in the “Byrne Family Trilogy” series and was released in the year 2018. The more people that you love, the more you have that you can lose.

Nancy Byrne may be the head of the Byrne crime family, however she is determined to give Scarlett, her little daughter, the best start she can. After the death of her beloved dad, nothing is stopping her from making money on her own terms, even if it means combining motherhood with providing for her entire family. However with enemies right at their door, she will do whatever she has to in order to keep her loved ones safe.

However the day comes that Scarlett goes missing, snatched by some stranger on a trip to the local park, and her whole world is ripped apart. Amid the horror of losing her one precious daughter, Nancy is certain of just two things. Somebody has taken her daughter, and when she finds whomever it was, there will be hell to pay. Will she be able to find Scarlett, before time runs out? Or is Nancy’s life of crime going to come back and haunt her in the worst of ways?.

Readers loved every page of it, with every chapter making you want to read further, wanting to read just one more.

“No Escape” is the first novel in the “DC Lucy Murphy” and was released in the year 2020. The one place that she never wanted to return to. The one place that she cannot escape from.

When Lucy Murphy was just five years old, she witnessed her mom’s brutal murder in their home on London’s Griffin Estate. The case was never solved. Lucy, who is now a newly qualified police officer, has been given her first job: she is going to return to the notorious Griffin Estate.

She’s there to protect the vulnerable residents of the estate, including Kian and Shannon, two kids that struggle in dealing with their alcoholic mom. Fifteen year old Shannon works every spare hour to keep a roof over their heads. But Kian, age thirteen, has fallen under the sway of Jax Priestly, a gang leader. Now Jax has got plans for Shannon as well.

While Lucy starts getting to know Shannon and Kian she starts being determined not to allow these two teens to become Jax’s victims. However time is running out. Jax has gotten out of control, and the gang’s violent reprisals have escalated. Is Lucy going to be able to face her own demons down in time to keep a tragedy from happening? When she was a child, she witnessed the murder of one innocent person already. It is going to take both her training and bravery to stop another from happening.

This novel is a page turner right from the start. It is gritty, fast paced and entirely gripping. Casey delivers a novel that is so addictive that you do not want to quit reading until you have reached the very end.

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2 Responses to “Casey Kelleher”

  1. Jackie Lyall: 2 years ago

    Just finished The Promise. Couldn’t put it down. Is there a follow on would love to the girls and their mother.

    • Graeme: 2 years ago

      Hi Jackie – not at this time.


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