Sunday, November 18, 2012

My Philadelphia Inquirer Review Of Dennis Lehane's 'Live By Night'

The Philadelphia Inquirer published my review of Dennis Lehane's new crime thriller Live By Night today.

Dennis Lehane's new crime thriller opens with a gripping scene.

"Some years later, on a tugboat in the Gulf of Mexico, Joe Coughlin's feet were placed in a tub of cement," Lehane writes. "Twelve gunmen stood waiting until they got far enough out to sea to throw him overboard, while Joe listened to the engine chug and watched the water churn white at the stern. And it occurred to him that almost everything of note that had happened in his life - good and bad - had been set in motion that morning he first crossed paths with Emma Gould."

Hard to top that for getting your attention.

You can read the rest of the review below:

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