The Rage

The Rage

Book - 2012
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"The way things had gone, there was no good way out of this, no moral thing to do. The banker's murder, the Maura Coady situation--Tidey's last conversation with the brass had shut down the safe options. He lit a cigarette and tried to still the shaking in his hands. He took a deep drag, let the smoke out slowly, then began to walk up along the boardwalk towards O'Connell Bridge. No moral thing to do. But something had to be done." -- from publisher's website.
Publisher: New York : Europa Editions, 2012, c2011.
ISBN: 9781609450922
1609450922
Branch Call Number: Fic Kerr
Characteristics: 313 p. ; 21 cm.

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Gene Kerrigan sets his novel in his native Ireland.


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sit_walk Aug 17, 2014

The book's description here is completely wrong. It currently states: "A recently-released convict, a discouraged policeman, and a retired nun become involved in planning a high-stakes robbery." What it should say is, "A recently-released convict, a discouraged policeman, and a retired nun become involved in the events surrounding a high-stakes robbery."

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Mar 25, 2013

This is an excellent police procedural set in Ireland. With great characters and an engrossing plot, it is not run of the mill or ordinary in any way. I strongly recommend it.

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