James Dargan

Dead Soprano (A Bayside City Book, Episode One)

Dead Soprano (A Bayside City Book, Episode One) by James Dargan
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fiction Fiction, Suspense
For readers of:Roddy Doyle, Kurt Vonnegut, Elmore Leonard, Tom Robbins, James Ellroy
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Print Length81 pages
PublisherDanny Boy Books
Publication Date15th February 2015
LanguageEnglish
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DEAD SOPRANO, A BAYSIDE CITY BOOK, EPISODE ONE

Only the strong will survive in this city in turmoil!

The four ethnic mobs of Bayside City are vying for control of the town, and they will stop at nothing to get it. There's not a lot to stop them other than a few honest cops and each other. One man, Detective Sergeant Dick Devereux, has the world on his shoulders as he tries to fight injustice in this noir-style, hardboiled gangster thriller. After the death of his wife and daughter accidentally at the hands of rival mobs a few years before, Devereux wants vengeance. A body's been found in the Docklands area, that of Mario Zambrotta, a famous opera singer, and Devereux's on the case. He suspects the Jews did it headed by Avi Baumshinsky. As he goes about town looking for suspects, he unravels some dark secrets from the highest echelons of the city's government.

Dead Soprano, A Bayside City Book, Episode One, is the first instalment of five to come: Purple Haze, Red Magic, Honey Bee, Killer Toast and the last in the series, Tiger Dawn!

About the Author

James Dargan was born in Birmingham, England, in 1974. Coming from an Irish background, he frequently writes about that experience. As well as England, he has also lived in the United States, Ireland, and - for the best part of fifteen years - in Warsaw, Poland, his home from home from home.

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