Among Thieves

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Pan Macmillan, Oct 1, 2010 - Fiction
8 Reviews

On the night of the St Patrick celebrations in 1990, some of the world’s most famous and valuable paintings were stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. They were never recovered, and there were no clues as to their whereabouts – that is until now.

When Boston attorney Scott Finn takes on well-known thief, Devon Malley as a client, he gets much more than he bargained for. Not only is he asked to care for Devon’s teenaged daughter, Sally, while Devon awaits bail, but his investigations into what he believed was a case of petty theft, lead him to the underworld of Boston’s organized crime gangs, links with the IRA and the realization that he may be close to solving the mystery of the stolen paintings all those years ago.

But an Irishman who, at nine years old, saw his entire family murdered before his eyes is determined to avenge their death. His commitment to the cause is frightening and unrelenting, and he will never give up until the job is finished . . .

'A knock-out; Grisham with a passion, even a touch of the great Michael Connelly thrown in . . . Crackles from the first page and doesn't let up for a second' Daily Mail

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Review: Among Thieves. David Hosp

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I will continue to maintain that the last thing we need is another lawyer writing books. But that aside, Hosp does a credible job of putting together a story based on an actual art theft. His villain ... Read full review

Review: Among Thieves (Scott Finn #3)

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The first novel that I've read from Mr. Hosp. It was very well written with believable characters and a realistic story line. Sally was a small character who tugged at my heart strings. I felt for her and worried about her lively hood. I will definitely be reading more David Hosp books! Read full review

About the author (2010)

David Hosp is a trial lawyer who has spent a portion of his time working pro bono on behalf of wrongly convicted individuals, and, although fiction, this story has its roots based on fact and experience. He finds time to write his novels on his daily commute by boat across Boston harbour. He lives with his wife and family in the city.

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