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I found this novel somewhat boring. It did not capture my attention. It was unlike the other books by Dennis Lehane. A big disappointment!Published 1 day ago by Frank Long
This book was typical to the series: just great. But it was sad because it appears to be the end. I hope not; I will miss Angie and Patrick.Published 2 days ago by jonathan
Not as much boring political correctness as in some of Lehane's novels, but seriously flawed by some less-than-believable characters and an ending so sentimental it make you wince. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bill
I loved the entire McKenzie/Gennaro series. I accidentally started with #4. It's not critical to read them in order but there are references made that you won't get, but it won't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SB
The speed and the constantly shifting directions of Dennis Lehane's story lines make for irresistible reading. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark O'Brien
Fells like the end of a series...but a good end at that. To realize you more blessings than regrets is a very good thing.Published 2 months ago by Carol C