"Sea Music" is a great story of mystery beautifully told. It is atmospheric & full of keen observation both of the landscape and the people inhabiting it. The characters are engaging, the family relationships are intriguing and the story is full of interesting twists & turns! It would be ideal materiel for a book club. As well as being a brilliant page-turner the novel would translate into an excellent film.
by Rose Mawby
This novel is a gripping page turner. An intriguing mystery in which the central character Jess uncovers unresolved and tragic events within her family. The story moves effortlessly in time from the present to the past revealing these events and their painful consequences. As Jess and her family come to terms with the past they realise the healing power of truth and forgiveness and how these can create hope for the future.
by Jacqui James
This is the kind of book that is difficult to put down once you have started. The plot unfolds in a way that is compelling as the principal characters unfold and their stories are told. At the heart of the story is a quest to discover secrets from the past with some surprising twists and turns which are entirely believable. Highly recommended for a bit of 'self spoiling'!
by lesley bates
A beautifully written book.The plot covers over thirty years of mystery and intrigue in one family.The characters are realistic and strong. If you want a good read Sea Music is the book to choose It will hold your attention to the end.Another book by same author would be welcome.
by marie McMullan
Anyone seeking a good mystery to cosy down to need look no further! Sea Music is an intriguing tail rich in suspense and revelations. After a difficult year, a young woman journeys into the past and begins to unravel the unspoken truths of family secrets.... An absorbing story, one that keeps you gripped from beginning to end.
Believable characters and interesting plot. I was hooked and did not want to put it down. Looking forward to the author's next book.
by Barbara Cochrane
"Sea Music" is an atmospheric tale of mystery and long-buried family secrets which gradually unravels as the the book progresses. It is a highly enjoyable and well-written page-turner which I couldn't put down. I will definitely recommend this book to my Book Club and look forward to the interesting discussions which will emerge.
by Annie Cubbin
Briege Brannigan was born and grew up in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. On leaving school, she worked in London for several years before returning to Ireland.
She has lived in Lancashire since 1975.
Briege has 3 daughters, 1 son and 3 grandsons.
Her hobbies include reading, choral singing, quizzing, cinema,swimming.