The Low Road

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 234 pages
The Low Road is a memoir of the life and exploits of a twenty-something Boston City cab driver in the 70's and 80's. This gritty yet humorous story targets audiences of a wide spectrum. It is a must read for anyone who likes true crime, adventure, and a likable villain that triumphs over adversity, peppered with the seediness and debauchery of inner city life. The book places the reader in the shoes of a young man starting out in the world, alone, na´ve, and troubled. Having no marketable skills but his cleverness and cunning, he carves out a living in a major city. He takes hold of what is his only opportunity in life and becomes more adept as time goes on, finally becoming a master at the game that once had him pinned. Native Bostonians, college students, and anyone with a perverse and pessimistic sense of humor will enjoy reading The Low Road because it is a fast paced, comical, and factual story of a true underdog who finally overcame.

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