Brian O’Hare, MA, Ph.D., is a retired assistant director of a large regional college of further and higher education. He is married, has three children, 10 grandchildren, one great grandchild. He plays golf three times a week and does a lot of voluntary work. Any writing he has previously done was academic. He had a liver disease since childhood which resulted in his taking early retirement a number of years ago. In 2002, he had a liver transplant but is strong and healthy now. He continued to do academic writing well into his retirement.
Brian O’Hare has also written a number of fiction novels. His first was Fallen Men, a contemporary novel set in Ireland, which won Top Medallist Honours in the General Fiction Category of the prestigious New Apple Awards for Excellence in Literature.
He is currently writing the award-winning The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Series, full-length detective novels set in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Five books in the series have been written so far: The Doom Murders; The 11:05 Murders; The Coven Murders; The Dark Web Murders; and, The Trafficking Murders (just published.) The first four have all won awards. Further information can be found on the author’s Amazon Page.