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World Gone by
by Dennis Lehane


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Lehane writes convincingly tensely . . . powerfully. USA Today

Late spring, 1943. The world is at war but the American mob is in its heyday. Former crime boss Joe Coughlin now works as a consigliere to the infamous Bartolo Crime Family, effortlessly handling their interests in Tampa, Boston, and Cuba.  Read more...


 
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Overview

Lehane writes convincingly tensely . . . powerfully. USA Today

Late spring, 1943. The world is at war but the American mob is in its heyday. Former crime boss Joe Coughlin now works as a consigliere to the infamous Bartolo Crime Family, effortlessly handling their interests in Tampa, Boston, and Cuba. In the decade since he lost his wife in a cascade of bullets, Joe has made a home for himself and his son, and once again forged everything out of nothing: money, power, a relationship with a beautiful woman, and a privileged place in Tampa s shadowy underworld.

But a rumor surfaces that someone wants Joe dead. And he has only days to figure out who, or he will die. And then there s the ghost a young boy who appears on the fringes of Joe s vision and seems to be trying to tell him something. Racing against time and fate, Joe hurtles through a violent yet intoxicating world on the brink of total collapse or epic triumph, a world on the cusp of reinvention and rebirth where the old codes, the old sins, and the old dreams may soon be swept away once and for all.

The novel s plot is as complex as its morality. Daily News (New York)

Lehane has Elmore Leonard s ear for dialogue. Miami Herald"

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780060004903
  • ISBN-10: 0060004908
  • Publisher: William Morrow & Company
  • Publish Date: March 2015
  • Page Count: 320

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Series: Joe Coughlin #1
 
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