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Innocence, by David Hosp (Scott Finn 3),
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Engaging set of central characters who you can follow through from Scott Finn 1 onwards. Like a small and intriguing family who subtly change and mature from book to book. "Innocence" features a complex plot with all manner of twists, turns and reversals. Exciting semi-denoument towards the end but neatly eclipsed in the final pages. Although there's something of a comfort factor in retaining the main payers from book to book, David Hosp doesn't do soft. "Innocence" brings to life the tougher side of Boston and some well-researched unpleasant facts about its history. And there are times when the book seamlessly gives the reader serious pause for thought. Multi-faceted people, plot and background. Strong and convincing writing style. Not quite un-put-downable but good to get back to.