Catherine Nevin was at the centre of one of Ireland’s biggest murder story’s of the last century.  Our latest featured writer would never have known what was in store for him when his phone rang in at 5:45 in the morning, the day after Saint Patrick’s Day in 1996.  As Chief Superintendent for Gorey in County Wexford he was to become investigating officer in Ireland’s most infamous murder and subsequent trial.   In Catherine and Friends Pat Flynn has recounted the case of Ireland’s black widow from inside what he describes as the finest investigative team Ireland has seen.  We begin with an interview recorded in The Directors Suite of The Brandon House Hotel in New Ross County Wexford and next week will bring a reading from the book by Pat.