The Blade Itself

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Penguin Books Limited, Apr 3, 2008 - Fiction - 432 pages
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Danny and Evan were born on the mean streets of Chicago and did a little bit of bad-boy stuff knocking over liquor stores. It was strictly small-time. Then Evan made a mistake and he ended up in jail.

Danny went straight after that. He got himself a girl and got a job with prospects. Time passed. Then Evan got out. And Evan's not someone to let bygones be bygones. He thinks Danny owes him. And, unfortunately, Evan knows a secret or two that will tear Danny's new life apart . . .

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South Chicago natives Danny Carter and Evan McGann were young partners in crime until one fateful robbery-gone-bad sent Evan to prison for seven years. Danny walked away, managing to convince himself ... Read full review

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MARCUS SAKEY is an award-winning copywriter who lives in Chicago. While writing The Blade Itself, he shadowed homicide detectives, toured the morgue, and learned to pick a deadbolt in sixty seconds. Born in Flint, Michigan, he now lives in Chicago with his wife.

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