A reporter in Depression-era St. Paul, Grover Mudd gambles on the reluctant support of the fledgling FBI in his effort to break a ring of ruthless gangsters and crooked cops. By the author of The Weatherman.
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SAINT MUDDUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A reckless newspaper columnist exposes mobster coddling and official corruption in Depression-era St. Paul. Chicago wasn't the only jazz-age crime capital and Al Capone wasn't the only crimelord. St ... Read full review
Saint Mudd: a novel of gangsters and saintsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This raw, gritty first novel hews fairly closely to the hard-boiled detective tradition, with the twist that protagonist Grover Mudd is a newspaper columnist. The journeyman journalist covers early ... Read full review