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    The City of Strangers

    This book, and its predecessor in the series, is terrific - I hope the next one will be out soon. The stories are real page turners & seem very credible about Irish society, politics, policing in 1930s against the background of the build up to war. I suspect that for readers with no knowledge of that period they would still be a terific read with descriptions of pre-war Danzig (first bok) and New York - jazz scene, life of the wealthy and politics and trade. The main character, Stephen Gillespie is intrresting & attractive. I'm so glad a friend introduced me to theses books.
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    Compelling

    Captivating from the first paragraph Second one read two more to go
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