Bloodroot (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 3, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
17 Reviews
"Both a suspenseful crime story and the saga of a troubled Irish- American family... Superb." (Associated Press)

Kevin Curran was ready to give up on his younger brother, Danny, who is lost to heroin addiction and hard, desperate living on the streets of New York. So when Danny shows up on Kevin's Staten Island doorstep, looking clean, fit, and prosperous, Kevin can't help but be overjoyed.

But when Danny offers Kevin a role in an underworld plot revolving around the abandoned Bloodroot Children's Hospital, not even Kevin's worst nightmares could have prepared him for what he'll discover or the horrific revelations that will pit them against a world of murder, mob hitmen-and each other.


  

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User Review  - Micky Parise - Goodreads

Started out slowly, characters kind of grow on you, plot was interesting, but the writing style was so so. Took awhile to get into the story and characters. If you see it in the Library, it's worth a read on a rainy day. Read full review

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User Review  - Brandon Nagel - Goodreads

Excellent. Late night finishing this bad boy. A little bit of everything good in a good book and blended into a tasty crime smoothie! Read full review

Contents

THREE
FIVE
SEVEN
NINE
TWELVE
THIRTEEN
FIFTEEN
SEVENTEEN
NINETEEN
TWENTYTWO
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About the author (2009)

Born in Brooklyn and raised on Staten Island, Bill Loehfelm moved to New Orleans in 1997 where he's taught high school and college, managed a pizza joint and an antique shop, and tended bar in the Quarter and the Warehouse District. Winner of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, his work has also appeared in the anthologies Year Zero and Life in the Wake.

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