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on 16 August 2013
now that the 83 year old whitey bulger has been caught and sentenced I think 'at end of day' will again be filling the book shops. if you are a stranger to higgins then perhaps not the best to start with, but if you loved T F O Eddie coyle then this is for you. Higgins here has based the main character Mckeach on whitey along with the background story concerning the fbi who he was mixed up with. I read this book about a year ago and certain scenes still come to mind. and unlike the early stuff there's a little more discription of whats happening around the talk but not too much to have you thinking you've picked up some others writers work. go for it and don't be surprised if you're rereading the 1st two pages wondering whats going on for when it becomes clear its worth it. 5 out of 5 easy...
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on 11 November 2013
i loved this book.it had me hooked from start to finish> the non-linear structure was not a distraction aat all
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on 5 January 2014
Liked it as much as on first read. Sorry there will
L be no new ones to come.would recommend to others.
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on 24 June 2016
Very enjoyable book,my fvourite American author,the dialogue and story is as always with him excellent
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on 29 December 2014
Awesome.
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