Born in Ireland, Eoin Hennigan is a long-time resident of Sydney, Australia. A journalist for 15 years, he has been a writer and copy-editor for a number of leading newspapers and magazines in Australia, Ireland, Scotland and the Middle East.
In 2008 Eoin featured in the Mystery Readers Journal: Irish Mysteries edition, alongside noted Irish crime writers such as Benjamin Black (aka John Banville), Colin Bateman, Declan Burke, Ken Bruen, Ruth Dudley Edwards and Tana French. His contribution, I Owe My Life to an Irish Criminal, is an account of flat-sharing with an ex-con who hadn’t given up his life of crime. It prompted a major upheaval in Eoin’s life that led to him becoming a journalist, and subsequently a crime writer.
Hi, Eoin (don't know that I've seen that spelling before. Interesting!). Thanks for adding me to your Friend list. I don't get to CrimeSpace very often, but it's always nice to meet a fellow mystery writer.
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Thanks for the add, nice to hear from you!
Thanks for the request. Always nice to know a fellow crime writer.
at long last! bet your missing all the Irish rain?
here's my latest
Thanks for the invite and I agree with Mark, that's a hellva title.
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