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by Bernadette Crepeau

  • ISBN: 1432751034
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Bernadette Crepeau
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Other formats: lrf lit lrf mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (January 22, 2010)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • FB2 size: 1964 kb
  • EPUB size: 1250 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 339
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This is the official site for Brooklyn Leprechaun Mystery Trilogy. With each book, I meet the most incredibly generous people who willingly give their time and talent to help me tell my stories. This book is no exception. I pray that the latest version of the Brooklyn Leprechaun, "Bridget" will be the best yet. Thank you friends, for all of your help and patience. Brooklyn Leprechaun Mystery Trilogy updated their profile picture.

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Adventure, mystery and wry humor propel this reality fantasy, along a fast paced narrative romp from the streets of Brooklyn to the myths and legends of the Irish countryside. Bridget is street smart, but her trip to Ireland suddenly starts to become more than she can handle when she is challenged by the Fae, to save her family’s land, expose a murderer, and stop terrorist activity, while on a two week vacation.

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Bernadette referred to herself as the broom that had been placed behind the door after our Immaculate Mother finished using he. This is a rock solid book for Bernadette fans who want to get a clearer picture of the 'secret saint'. The book also contains a lot of great pictures.

Bernadette referred to herself as the broom that had been placed behind the door after our Immaculate Mother finished using her. Despite all this, we are drawn to you, Bernadette, like moths to a flame. You were given a great grace, which we can only hope for at our passing from this world.

Can a Brooklyn teen take down the goddess of war?It's up to one Brooklyn teenager to save her family's land in Ireland, expose a murderer, and stop terrorist activity "with a little help from a handsome wizard and a British secret agent" all while on a two-week vacation! Bridget is a street-smart Brooklyn girl who is surprised to find that she has inherited land overseas. She sets off to explore her new Irish holdings, but with relatives like the former queen of all fairies, the king of the leprechauns, and an eccentric aunt, Bridget finds her Irish vacation more than she can handle. That is, until a Brittany spaniel teaches her to focus, trust, and, most of all, let go of her fear. Adding to Bridget's worry is the damage that cow patties, office break-ins, and ancient fairy catacombs can do to a nice pair of Jimmy Choos'With adventure, mystery, wry humor, and innocence reminiscent of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series, The Brooklyn Leprechaun is a mad romp from the streets of Brooklyn to the myths and legends of the Irish countryside.About the Author: Bernadette Crepeau's parents originally came from Ireland and settled in Brooklyn, New York. Bernadette now lives in Oregon with her husband and extended family, including two very spoiled dogs that have no communication problems. Bernadette is currently working on Book Two of The Leprechaun Trilogy.
Reviews about The Brooklyn Leprechaun (7):
Sorry, but I was bored and eventually annoyed by this book despite the catchy title. Bridget, our Brooklyn-native protagonist, travels to Ireland, ostensibly to look into a piece of land she has inherited. She becomes involved in a murder investigation as well as a battle with the faeries and leprechauns of legend. Sounds interesting? That's what I thought, but author Bernadette Crepeau, who seems completely ignorant of the ways of Brooklyn, insists on using her tale as a guidebook to the sights and history of Ireland. Great, if you want a guidebook to Ireland, not so great if you want a novel... She also involves her characters in excessive and unnecessary monologues that could be completely edited out. The author intends this to be the first in a series. Sadly, I felt she didn't have the content for even a single volume.
A whiny 20-something wants to keep her inherited Irish cottage, not knowing she has been lured to Ireland to save Faerie.

I picked up this book free during an Amazon giveaway. The description sounded like this might be a delightful, magical story. Unfortunately, the characters were mostly unlikable and the storyline was uninvolving, heavily loaded with backstory that the reader had no reason to care about. I gave up about a quarter of the way through. Spelling, grammar, and Kindle formatting were acceptable.
Even for a teen-age type book (I teach Middle School, so I read and look through a lot of these, trying to find things to capture their interest), I couldn't get through it. When it started moralizing about accepting life's gifts, and opening to the good around you OVER and OVER, I gave up. I know my students would not want to be hit with such a strong club, so often, that you can't get through a story. If the author had done it once, ok, but this got so annoying that I found I couldn't even skip over those parts.
I read The Brooklyn Leprechaun, the first of a 3 book trilogy, after meeting the author.

The storyline captivated me from the beginning with fantasy, fairies, leprechauns, folklore, mystery and intrigue. Bridget, the main character, quickly discovers who she really is and what she's up against in the Fae World. She's becomes acquainted with Irish relatives, learns she is a land owner, and when events go awry, Bridget becomes quite the sleuth with the help of a talking dog.

Meanwhile, Mary, her bestfriend and travel companion to the Emerald Isle, discovers life can be enjoyable and not dictated by a nine to five job. She finds meeting an intriguing, intelligent, hunk might just be what she's been missing.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was entertaining, an easy read and I think Mrs. Crepeau put a wee bit of herself into Bridget. You won't be disappointed with this read.
This is a fun book with some great adventures, some wonderful Irish legends and a little advice on how to deal in a positive way with the challenges life sometimes throws at you. It seems to have been written with the young adult audience in mind, but I think it would appeal to any age reader. Not only is the story line entertaining, it also takes you on a trip through the sights and history of Ireland. I am the age of the young heroine's grandmother and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I purchased this book to take on a plane trip this month. Couldn't put it down as soon as I started reading! The story holds your interest through every page. The details about Irish traditions and lore are woven throughout the book making it educational as well as fun. And you learn a bit about New Yorkers as well! Great lessons for anyone to keep in mind on how to deal with the situations life hands us all. It is an easy read and sheer entertainment for the young reader and anyone with a youthful spirit. Can't wait to read the rest of the Trilogy, Bernadette!!
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I bought the book and could not put it down. Bernadette did a fantastic job on her very first book. The descriptions of everything made you feel you could reach out and touch them.

I am very much looking forward to book 2, rumor is it may be soon :-)

FYI...She is a very lovely lady to know!
I read all three books in under three days just couldn't put them down. I hope that Bernadette writes another trilogy for the quest. Loved the books

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