Introducing New York PI Jack Dooney. Boyhood friends move on after Regis High School: Sal to the family business, Billy to law, and Jack to private investigation after a stint in the NFL. A simple errand for Billy sets Jack off on the race of his life through the streets, bridges, penthouses, subways, offices, churches, and bars in every borough of the city. Jack s loyalty is soon tested but never waivers. Calling on an improbable and outrageous assortment of local characters and his own ability to bluff, charm, and think fast, Jack perseveres for answers he may not want. Knowing the City as only a lifelong New Yorker can, he plays it to his advantage especially since the bad guys are just boys from another neighborhood. Wickedly funny and occasionally poignant, Neighborhood Boys Who Ran is a raucous, energetic tale of what a man can do in size thirteen gazelles.
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About the Author
Jack Rosenblatt loved New York City, the Knicks, good scotch, spaghetti carbonara, and books. He was born on Manhattan's West Side, attended The Bronx High School of Science and graduated from City College of New York. Although he worked in the industry as a publishing salesman and later as a bookseller, his passions were writing and storytelling. Neighborhood Boys Who Ran is his salute to the city he loved.
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Neighborhood Boys Who Ran based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
When its 104 it's great to read about a guy with great taste in cold beer going after the bad guys. Fun. Cool.