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From the PublisherPeter Blauner Author of The Last Good Day and The Intruder If Frank McCourt had gone into the leg-breaking business instead of school teaching, he might've written a book like Dead I Well May Be. Adrian McKinty's novel is a rollicking, raw, and unsavory delight — down and dirty but full of love for words. This is hard-boiled crime fiction with a poet's touch.
Thomas Kelly Author of The Rackets and Payback Dead I Well May Be is a startling, dark poem of a thriller that takes you to the heart of New York City's most bloody era. McKinty writes with élan, and his dialogue is as hard and true as the streets. His hero's quest for vengeance and redemption kept me reading into the loneliest hours of the night. McKinty is the real deal.
Barbara Seranella Author of Unpaid Dues Adrian McKinty has written a literary thriller full of surprising humor of the best kind — dark and intelligent.
Anthony Swofford Author of Jarhead McKinty's Michael Forsythe is a crook, a deviant, a lover, a fighter, and a thinker. His Irish-tough language of isolation and longing makes us love and trust him despite his oh-so-great and violent flaws. When you finish this book you just might wish you'd lived the life in its pages, and thought its thoughts, both horrible and sublime.