The Drop

CD - unabridged
Audio (5 discs)
Product Number: DD34866
Released: Mar 08, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780062443618
Narrator/s: Jim Frangione
Publisher: Harper
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Description

Dennis Lehane returns to the streets of his acclaimed New York Times bestseller Mystic River with The DropA love story wrapped in a crime story wrapped in a journey of faithThree days after Christmas, a lonely bartender looking for a reason to live rescues an abused puppy from a trash can and meets a damaged woman looking for something to believe in. As their relationship grows, they cross paths with the Chechen mafia; a man grown dangerous with age and thwarted hopes; two hapless stick-up artists; a very curious cop; and the original owner of the puppy, who wants his dog back. . . .The basis of the major motion picture from Fox Searchlight Pictures directed by Michal Roskam, screenplay by Dennis Lehane, and starring Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, and James Gandolfini.

All formats/editions

eAudio
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Author(s): Dennis Lehane
Narrator(s): Jim Frangione
Product Number Z100085857
Released: Sep 02, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: HarperAudio
ISBN: #9780062369369
eBook
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Author(s): Dennis Lehane
Product Number EB00303600
Released: Sep 02, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN: #9780062365484

Professional reviews

"Even before the announcement that James Gandolfini would play the lead character in the movie version of THE DROP, it was clear that the character was created with him in mind. To that end, Jim Frangione performs the audiobook with a remarkable nod toward Gandolfini as Cousin Marv. It's not an imitation but enough of an echo of Gandolfini's Tony Soprano to make this book work on many levels. The writing is expert in its simplicity: The Boston-area Mob uses local bars as drop-off points for their cash, which works until thereÕs a robbery. Marv and his well-meaning cousin, Bob, find themselves in a dangerous situation, even as Bob wrestles with his own demons. Frangione imparts a gentleness in Bob, making him the most decent person in the novel. M.S. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"

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