Wireless by Jack O'Connell

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When an activist priest meets a grisly death inside his own cathedral, Detective Hannah Shaw investigates and encounters Speer, a psychotic ex-FBI agent in search of the O'Zebedee Brothers. 35,000 first printing.

About Jack O'Connell

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Jack O'Connell is the author of several acclaimed novels. O'Connell has been described as a cyberpunk Dashiell Hammett. His dark, noir-ish crime stories are dragging the crime genre into new realms. He lives in Wooster, Massachusetts, with his wife and two children.
Published November 1, 1993 by Mysterious Pr. 402 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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 Lieutenant Lenore Thomas (Box Nine, 1991) has left Quinsigamond, Massachusetts, for greener pastures, but the town's crime-infested Canal Zone, home of Bangkok Park, is as busy as ever: here, rival gangs have to fight for attention with a ragtag crew of anarchist ``jammers'' intent on knocking ...

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Having created a fantastic, fantastically eccentric world - one composed, collage-like, of conventions harvested from many genres, webworks of bookish allusion, the corpselike ruins of the city and its citizens' various monkeys, joneses and McGuffins - O'Connell then trowels in layer upon layer o...

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