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I found it to be very slow and that is saying a lot since I read Faulkner and KiplingPublished 26 days ago by MARCIA KOVATCH
I cannot speak from the kind of first-hand experience that this book is intended to convey (even though I did grow up in New York City), but for what it's worth I will say that I'm... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joel Marks
Gritty description of life in the poorer parts of NYC. The language is of the streets. The characters are unique to the kind of tough city street life mentioned here. Read morePublished 6 months ago by william meyers
You feel the energy from the streets & the people. You become emotionally involved in the story. It pulls the crime drama genre to a different level from the norm. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paddi Burke
One of the most entertaining, well-written police 'procedurals' I've ever read. Incredible dialogue, believable, well-developed characters. Loved it.Published 8 months ago by Michael Brennan
So The Whites was not available and that's what I really wanted to read. I settled for this book as my first reading of Richard Price. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pegggy
Richard Price is a great writer, with a real ear for urban dialogue. His characters ring true and his story telling puts the reader right into the middle of the drama. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer