DARK HORSE by Rory Flynn
Boston is the setting for a lot of clichéd crime fiction—tough guys from Southie rob a Brink’s truck, Irish-Italian gang wars, etc. Those days are over here—we’re in a post-Whitey Bulger, post- (early) Dennis Lehane Boston. In Dark Horse, Rory Flynn enters an era of smarter crime, higher corruption, different drugs, and new kinds badness. He avoids the traps and tropes. And the fake Boston accents.
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