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From the Publisher"A gripping, smart, and fast-paced mystery by a major talent that reveals one of the great secrets in the annals of modern crime — that the real Boston Strangler was never caught. Brian McGrory writes in crackling, spare prose, with a dry wit and true insider's take on a great city. Clever, funny, and utterly compelling."
— Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of Killer Instinct and Paranoia
"Most people who have been around the newspaper business for three or four decades will tell you it's not as much fun today as it used to be. In McGrory's Jack Flynn novels...it's still fun."
— Washington Post
"McGrory displays a mastery that makes him, along with Les Standiford, one of the most artistic writers in the thriller genre.... [H]is tight plots are fresh with new complications just when we think we've got things figured out."
— Boston Globe
"[McGrory] captures the flavor of the big-city newsroom and its denizens, the pulse and charms of Boston itself, and the political intrigue that hovers over all."
— The News Journal (Wilmington, DE)
"[Brian McGrory] knows how to tell a great story."
— Richmond Times-Dispatch
"...an incredibly suspenseful and rip-roaring Boston saga."
— The Providence Journal
"McGrory offers delicious descriptions of Boston's food, sights, and characters in this taut page-turner with enough suspense to make readers anxiously await the next installment."
— Booklist (starred review)