Created by Richard Marinick
Richard Marinickest, the author of the highly acclaimed Boyos, returned to the mean streets of South Boston and its local Irish mob, for another infectious little dose of nastiness and violence for his second novel, which introduces ex-con ex-cop would-be P.I. DELRAY McCAULEY.
Delray's a former state trooper, tossed off the force aftar a drug bust goes bad and he's accused of beating the crap out of a DEA agent. Suddenly unemployed, he has no choice but to head back home to South Boston, but his reception among the local boyos isn't much better. Scraping by as a bartender, a gig that barely pays for his daily Yoo-Hoo and his beloved tabloids, he jumps at the chance to do a little private eye work under the table, tracking down a lawyer's stolen safe. But the plot soon thickens, when Delray discovers that not just the local shit flies but also another P.I., the lovely Mackey Wainwright, are also interested in the safe's wherabouts -- and its contents.
Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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