No Pockets in a Shroud

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Disruptive Publishing, Apr 1, 2008 - Fiction - 164 pages
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Mike Dolan wages a long war against corruption. Surrounded by lies, he wants to print the truth. He quits his job on The Times-Gazette and founds The Cosmopolite with borrowed money.

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This is a trashy detective novel with a thin plot and somewhat hackneyed characterization. That being said, it is an excellent trashy detective novel with a thin plot and somewhat hackneyed ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Horace McCoy was born near Nashville, Tennessee in 1897. During his lifetime he travelled all over the US as a salesman and taxi-driver and his varied career included reporting, sports editing, acting as bodyguard to a politician, doubling for a wrestler, and writing for films and magazines. A founder of the celebrated Dallas Little Theatre, his novels include I Should Have Stayed Home (1938), and Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1948). He died in 1955.

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