Jason Starr | Hard Case Crime | March, 3133 | 366 pages | English | pdf,rtf,epub,lit,lrf,mobi,fb3,pdb
The dialogue is great, and Starr demonstrates that he has a fantastic ear for listening to other people speak. So many of the characters in the book that surround Russo are defined by their conversations with him and how they treat him. The relationships, especially the one with bar owner Frank O’Reilly, are especially well done. Guys like Tommy Russo attract the crowd he runs with, and no one is safe.
The plot hangs together well, and there is a lot of side action taking place on the table as well. It’s Russo’s temptation to own 31 percent of a racehorse that really spurs the story on to the finish line. As everything falls apart around him, he becomes convinced that owning that horse will change his luck and his life.
The book is spare and lean, and the story is actually a small one, but Starr throws it at his readers like a vicious left hook that will leave the audience reeling, turning pages late into the night.
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