How to Spot a Mystery Shoer – An article article The Irish are known for their quirky nature, but many of us are also aware that there are a few people who are completely and utterly obsessed with the mysteries of the Irish.

It’s this obsessive interest that has inspired a number of cleverly named products, from the famous Dublin-based mystery shoelist (who calls himself The Mystery Shopper) to the latest craze, The Mystery Box.

With a wide range of products, a range of names and brands, and a variety of prices, it’s easy to get lost in the world of mystery shopping.

The following list aims to highlight a few of the best mystery shoers in the country, offering you some inspiration as you make your way through the ever-changing world of Irish mystery shopping!

* The Mystery Shop – The Mystery Shoppe The Mystery shop is a popular mystery shoemaking outlet, offering a wide variety of products ranging from handbags to cosmetics, and it is the only place in Dublin where you can pick up a mystery box.

This has helped to drive down the number of mystery boxes in the city, which has made it a destination for those who enjoy the thrill of solving mysteries.

The shop is located at 6 King Street, Dublin City, Dublin, €7.99 each. 

* The Lidl Mystery Shop: Lidls, the Lid, Lids The Lids mystery shoemaker is known for its handcrafted products, which have been created using hand-spun yarn and the latest in 3D printing technology.

Their range includes handmade candles, hand-cut and handmade furniture, and more.

The LIDL Mystery Shop is located in the Larkin Hotel, Rathmines, Dublin 6, €9.99 for six hours, €13.99 on weekends, and €17.99 at Christmas.

* The Mandy Mystery Shop- Mandy’s Mystery Shop, Mandy, Manderley Mandy is the world’s biggest mystery shoestring.

The Marge Mystery Shop has been operating since 1978, and their range includes all of the mugs, mugs with handles, and other mugs that come with handles and a handle to hold it in place.

The range includes more than 50,000 mugs from around the world, and prices range from €1,200 for a simple mug to more than €10,000 for a full-sized mug.

The baristas also make a good living out of their job, so they make sure that their mugs are made to order and come with their own unique label. 

* The Mystery Bookshop: The Mystery Shack The Mystery bookstore in The Loop, Dublin is the most well known of the mystery shops, but there are other shops that are a lot more popular.

The Bookshop is located near to the corner of St. George’s Street and St. Catherine’s Drive, Dublin 1, €11.99/£9.50, and is open from 11am to 5pm.

The mystery books are available in both hardback and paperback formats.

*  The Mystery Library – The Bookstore This small but well-known mystery bookshop located in The Ballymacross Shopping Centre in Clonakilty, Dublin 2, €12.95/£10.00, is a favourite of mystery shoppers and locals alike.

The bookshop has a huge selection of books from all over the world including books by authors such as C.S. Lewis, E.B. White, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Stephen King.

If you want to know more about the books you can find them at The Mystery Librarian.

* * The Bookshops of Ireland – Bookshop The Bookstores of Ireland, based in Limerick, is another popular Dublin mystery shop.

Located on the outskirts of Dublin’s city centre, the Bookstots have an extensive collection of books that are available for purchase.

The books range from children’s books to mysteries and romance, from classic novels to contemporary fiction.

The prices range between €5 and €20 per book, with the prices starting at €10.

It is not a good idea to buy books from the Bookstore of Ireland in a rush.

The most important thing to remember is to make sure you have enough time to grab all of your books before they go to the backroom.

*The Irish Mystery Shop Shop – Ireland’s Mystery The Irish Mystery Store is located on the corner outside of the hotel at 631 King Street in Dublin, Dublin.

The store is open until 11pm on Monday to Friday and is accessible from the hotel’s main entrance.

The location of the store has inspired some of the most memorable mystery shoppers in the area, including The Mystery Master, The Mummy Master, and the famous “Mummy-maker” who was responsible for the original Mummy movies.

The Mystery Store has a range from hand-made mugs to a selection of hand-painted mugs