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George V. Higgins's first novel is like a blast of Atlantic air; the Boston prosecutor virtually reinvents the language of the crime novel with his unique ability to breathe life into the dialogue of the smalltime hoodlum and hustler. Trying to pull off one final score, career crook Eddie Coyle finds himself squeezed out of shape by the people above and below him. The explosive conclusion is inevitable yet fascinating. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Anthony Bourdain was right. This is an outstanding crime novel and written with grit and brutal honesty.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Classic fiction. Must have. Must read. You won't be disappointed.Published 12 months ago by Scissorpaws
Possibly the best account of real life crime, gangsters, and cut throats ever written...a rare insight into the real world of low level criminals, proving "There is no honor... Read morePublished on Dec 28 1999 by anonymous
George V. Higgins has made a career writing books that are mostly dialogue/monologue focused pieces infused with the idiom of his native Boston. Read morePublished on Dec 7 1999 by Doug Vaughn