The Viney Agency


Roisin McAuleyRoisin McAuley grew up in County Tyrone in Northern Ireland and still feels strongly connected to Ireland although she has lived and worked happily in England since 1984. Roisin was a reporter and documentary filmmaker for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 before beginning a second career as a novelist.  She lives in Belfast.

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LATEST BOOK: BOGMAN (written under the pseudonym 'R.I. Olufsen')

Roisin McAuley When a mummified foot, a pile of bones and a split skull are discovered in a Danish bog, is it a case for the police or archaeologists? It becomes a case for Chief Inspector Tobias Lange when it is confirmed the remains are those of a young male, early twenties, beaten to death with a blunt instrument about two decades earlier.

Tobias finds himself on the trail of eco-warriors, Sami protesters safeguarding reindeer rights in Lapland and a disaffected young woman estranged from her family. Then another incomplete set of human bones turns up, and then another. The trail takes a turn into a murky world of sex trafficking and illegal immigrants. Tobias starts to fear for his eco-warrior daughter Agnes...

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Bogman, Crux Publishing, 2015; French Secrets, Sphere, 2011 (Dom Quixote, Portugal, Novo Conceitp, Brazil); Finding Home, Sphere 2009, Droemer (Germany); House of Books (The Netherlands). Meeting Point, Headline Review, 2006, Harper Collins (US), Droemer (Germany); House of Books (The Netherlands). Singing Bird, Headline Book Publishing 2004 Harper Collins (US), Droemer (Germany), House of Books (The Netherlands). Emerald Greens: The Essential Guide to Holiday Golf in Ireland,. Appletree Press 2000, Interlink (US).