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Iron City Paperback – November 2, 2011
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While many are not that concerned with the death of a man he'd once called a friend, there are a select few who feel that there's more to the case than meets the eye. Bobby Mack, the assistant D.A., wants to acquire Frank's services in digging a little deeper into Jack Dahlgren's death. He's convinced that Frank can find what it is that they're not seeing.
Unable to deny his friend's request, Frank stumbles into a world that leaves him wondering what he's gotten into. As another killing rattles the community, he does his best to unravel the clues that have been subtly left behind and begins to wonder whether it's possible for the killer to come after him, as well. Come what may, he intends to set things straight. To shine the light at the end of the tunnel in hopes of redeeming himself and setting all wrongs to right.
David has written such a complex and intriguing story that leaves the reader on the edge of his/her seat as they delve deeper into the book in hopes of finding out what happens next. The myriad of characters that we come across as the story progresses adds and enhances the story as we learn about the circumstances that have led Frank to where he is now. I enjoyed the book very much and actually found myself doing some research on Saint Philomena. Truly recommend reading it.
The story is a page turner for sure. I finished it in two evenings. I couldn't guess who the murderer was.
I recommend this book to my Pittsburgh friends and anyone who enjoys a suspenseful well written murder story.
The only flaw (as far as I'm concerned) was that not everyone in Pittsburgh drinks Imp and Iron.
The police mystery was pretty good and the author did a pretty good job building the puzzle piece by piece until the solution was revealed at the end. It wasn't what you expected but you will suspect who is the murderer earlier in the book but find nothing to tie this person to the crimes.
I did find the story lagged at times when the cast of characters reminisced about their high school days. I stuck with it because I grew up in western PA (not in Pittsburgh) but knew of the area.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An average detective story made more interesting with lots of memories from the old neighborhood. Good twist at the end to resolve the drama.Published on August 31, 2013 by John from Pittsburgh
This book was better than I expected. The ending was totally unexpected. The characters were very interesting and varied a lot in personalities. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Karen Grubel
There are a great many characters in this book, perhaps too many altogether and too many who are underdeveloped. Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Rosemary
An interesting story that kept me wondering until the end. I kept trying to place the locations even though it's been many years since I moved from the Pittsburgh area.Published on June 26, 2013 by Carol Legg
Class Reunions are always rife with anger, tension, and surprise. This is a story that makes you glad you didn't go to school with these guys. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by Francine C. Difilippo
I chose this because of the title since I am a Pittsburgh native. The book does reflect the city, but didn't develop the characters very well. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by GRAMMY429
Being familiar with Pittsburgh made this book even more interesting
Good story with a good ending
Main character seemed like a real person
I AM FROM PITTSBURGH. I LIKED ALL THE PITTSBURGH REFERENCES BECAUSE I GREW UP NEAR MANY OF THE AREAS MENTIONED. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by Amazon Customer