Into the void steps a criminal genius known only as The Black Hand. His organisation’s powerful grip is ruthless, bloody and barbaric.
With Europe’s biggest crime in play, The Devil needs a distraction. And The Black Hand needs Jacob Boylan to return to Irish shores. He will stop at nothing to provoke Dublin’s most lethal criminal out of hiding.
But has the wily genius misstepped? As all eyes are on Jacob, the Dublin exile carefully plans
a gangland wipeout, for he is nobody’s pawn.
my grandmother. Even though they didn’t know it - there where some great story tellers in my
ourselves entertained among the abandoned buildings and smoky docks of East Wall and
became stifled and oppressive. I was expelled from a number of schools and was gone by the
time I was 14.
much material -I’ll be writing for the rest of my life.
Connolly and the Charlie Parker Series. Never read a book like the Girl with the dragon tattoo.
Jack London’s White Fang…Oh the list is endless.
Ireland. Amazing man.
in the background is a fascinating concept. When we were kids there was always a daring
thief or a secretive figure who everyone spoke about – some just faded whilst others went on
to notoriety but it was a deep well of history and Criminal folklore.
would it be?