Dark Times in the City

PICTURE OF A GUN
Gene Kerrigan
3
Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015

Hardboiled has been transported to Ireland and the result is thoroughly enjoyable!

Kerrigan writes with a spare, bare bones style that packs a punch. At a bar in Dublin, the path of ex-con Danny Callaghan crosses with small-time crook Walter Bennett. Bennett is the target of murder attempt gone wrong, and Callaghan is inadvertently involved. The criminal kingpin who ordered the hit decides to use him for his own purposes. Why Callaghan is being used isn’t immediately apparent but he has ended up in the middle of a gang war. Callaghan must now walk a tightrope between the criminals and the police to get his life back. Dark Times in the City is a good effort and a good choice for fans of George Higgins.

Don M.

Written by Don M.

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