Based upon the novels of Tana French, Dublin Murders starts with detectives Riley and Maddocks being called to a crime scene where a body has been discovered in the local woods.
From here on a web of intrigue and mystery abounds as the detectives try to discover the truth, but is it in their best interests. As the plot develops you realise that each of the leading characters have are complicated in their own way, each with their own secrets, giving them a depth that enhances the storyline.
Dublin Murders is bleak, dark and dramatic in the same vain as some of the best European crime dramas being made today. It has an eeriness which makes the audience uneasy while at the same time the characters created by Tana French are brought to life in a believable way which holds the audiences attention.