From the opening chapter of the electrifying Dark Harbor, one thing is clear-this is the clarion call of an exciting new talent. Here, highly touted debut author David Hosp crafts an engrossing novel in the tradition of John Grisham, John Sandford, and David Baldacci. Scott Finn survived a rough childhood to become a big shot lawyer at a major Boston firm. Now the sky's the limit-until his former lover Natalie turns up dead in Boston Harbor."This intricate novel is a tremendously satisfying and suspenseful read and will leave readers eagerly anticipating Hosp's next book."-Library Journal
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"A narrator is stuck with the book in front of him, and a pro like George Guidall knows he still has to sell it. And so he dutifully does as he delivers this preposterous thriller in which the work of a Boston serial killer becomes mixed up in a high-profile lawsuit arising from terrorist act. When one of the lawyers working on the case becomes the killer's latest victim, her former lover and colleague, Scott Finn, a survivor of the rough streets of South Boston, is the chief suspect. Guidall gamely forges the absurd plot and finds his fun where he can, particularly wherever Finn's old Irish gangster friend makes his lively appearances. M.O. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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