At End of Day by George V. Higgins
(Vintage Crime/Black Lizard)

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In his final novel George V. Higgins provides us with yet another searing and enthralling dissection of the Boston underworld.
Arthur McKeach and Nick Cistaro are notorious, especially to the Boston police department. Their reputations precede them as orchestrators of extortion, theft, fraud, bribery, assault and even murder. But for thirty two years, both have managed to elude the authorities. A profitable “arrangement” with the FBI, negotiated some thirty years previously, has kept them comfortably unindicted and free to monopolize Boston’s crime scene for all too long. In this thrilling, fast-paced George V. Higgins classic, the intricate channels of crime and American law enforcement turn out to be inextricably and precariously linked.
Inspired by a true story, At End of Day frames a vivid and timelessly authentic narrative that has implications far beyond its pages.  

About George V. Higgins

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George V. Higgins was a lawyer, journalist, teacher, and the author of 29 books, including "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" (0-8050-6598-9), Trust (0-8050-0955-8), and "Kennedy for the Defense" (0-8050-4182-6).
Published October 3, 2012 by Vintage. 392 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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