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All the Dead Voices by Declan Hughes
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Jul 26, 11

Fourth novel in a series featuring Ed Loy, dealing with the aftermath of "The Troubles" as it effects the Dublin underworld. In some respects, therefore, addressing the same territory and issues as The Twelve by Stuart Nelville, but in a very different way. Ed Loy continues to develop as a character - this book could be read on its own, but better to start at the beginning of the series. Once hooked, you may well want to read all four and to look forward to the next.

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