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Among Thieves by David Hosp
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May 01, 10

bookshelves: 2010-audio-books, 2010-mysteries
Read in April, 2010

Among thieves, by David Hosp, A-minus, Narrated by George Guidall, produced by Recorded Books, downloaded from audible.com.

This is the fourth in the Scott Finn series. In this one, Scott Finn, now in practice as a criminal defense lawyer, gets a call from someone he knew from the old days of the Irish mafia. He goes to see this man in jail, not sure at all that he wants to take him on as a client. It turns out that he is one of four who helped engineer a heist at a Boston museum of invaluable art 20 years ago. Suddenly, other people involved in the original heist are turning up dead. There are connections to the now defunct IRA in Northern Ireland. Finn agrees to take on the client and ends up taking in the man’s teenage daughter, Sally, who is left without any home when her father goes to jail. Again, this is an action-packed thriller with the same cast of characters, Lissa and Koz, his partners, and the girl Sally, who has spent her life taking care of herself. And they’re all in danger from a terrifying psychopath from Ireland who blames the fall of the party on not getting money from the sale of the art to keep the movement going. There are also police and FBI involved who want to know what happened to the art. As usual, a very good book. Guidall is a very good narrator for this set of books. He is particularly good at portraying assertive women who won’t put up with anything from their men.


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