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The Rage

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – May 2012
Vincent Naylor is a professional thief, as confident as he is reckless. Just ten days out of jail, and he's preparing his next robbery. But his plan is already unravelling.

While investigating the murder of a crooked banker, Detective Sergeant Bob Tidey gets a call from an old acquaintance, Maura Coady. The retired nun believes there's something suspicious happening in the Dublin backstreet where she lives alone. Maura's call inadvertently unleashes a storm of violence that will engulf Vincent Naylor and force Tidey to make a deadly choice.

"The Rage" is a masterpiece of suspense, told against the background of a country's shameful past and its troubled present.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780099532033
ISBN-10: 0099532034
Pagini: 293
Dimensiuni: 131 x 206 x 23 mm
Greutate: 0.22 kg
Editura: Random House
Colecția Vintage Books

Notă biografică

Veteran journalist Gene Kerrigan is the author of four novels, the most recent of which, The Rage, won the CWA Gold Dagger for Best Crime Novel of the Year - an award previously won by authors including Belinda Bauer, Peter Temple, Michael Dibdin and Ian Rankin.

Recenzii

"A stunning novel. Here at last is the Irish Chandler. Naylor is a villain worthy of Elmore Leonard in his prime" -- Ken Bruen "The Rage is a gripping thriller written with such authority and authenticity that it almost feels like documentary. If you love crime fiction, you owe it to yourself to read Gene Kerrigan" -- Stuart Neville "Kerrigan's bruising depiction of Dublin's underbelly is wrought with hard-boiled lyricism" Metro "Pacy...cuts close to the bone" Irish Independent "Written in Kerrigan's trademark, sparse style, it rattles along the way all good crime fiction should" The Irish Independent