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Was not a terrific read, but it kept my interest. Saw the movie first, so perhaps that is why,Published 1 month ago by Barbara
I really enjoyed this book.The character development was superb. A very good story.Published 2 months ago by Dave A McCall
Great story, excellent writing. I really enjoy Hogan's work but why did he rewrite The Town (or vice versa) as The Prince of Thieves? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
entertaining. real. good ending. Gets you involved with the characters, specially Doug Mc Ray. The development of the story, is at the end, what it has to be.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very well done. Excellent dialogue throughout. Characters were believeable and their issues were real. You won't be disappointed with this one.Published 7 months ago by Ronald R. Hudale
Seemed intriguing, so I bought it. But I couldn't get far given the affected and soon extremely grating style in which it is written. Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Two
Much better than the movie (which was great). Worth wallowing in for people from Boston and not. What a tour de force!Published 8 months ago by Antonio Rodriguez
I saw the movie 1st and as usual the book is much better. Definitely worth reading. I'll be looking into other chuck hogan novelsPublished 8 months ago by Ronnie