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by Gerry Boyle
|Category:||Short Stories and Anthologies|
|Publisher:||Berkley Hardcover; 1st edition (March 1, 1998)|
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Gerry Boyle's writing sometimes leans toward the poetic: "I sat back and looked at the river, which was still and wide here because it was dammed a few hundred yards downstream.
Gerry Boyle's writing sometimes leans toward the poetic: "I sat back and looked at the river, which was still and wide here because it was dammed a few hundred yards downstream. The dam crosses the throat of a deep stone gorge; above, the waters coasted slowly before slipping over the brink and cascading down over the rocks. That's what it came down to, when you stripped away all of the elaborate myths and decoration. They'd gotten lost along the way and ended up around Bigelow. He made the trek all the way to the only walled-in city in North America and found it hadn't changed much since 1775.
by. Boyle, Gerry, 1956-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive.
Brandon Blake, the tough and resourceful kid from the Portland waterfront, has made it. He's been hired by the Portland Police Department, partly as payback for stopping a vicious cop killer in PORT CITY SHAKEDOWN. When worlds collide, few are spared the collateral damage-least of all crime reporter Jack McMorrow, who has learned the hard way that trouble often blooms in the cracks of human relationships.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When the mayor of New York City is murdered, Maine reporter Jack McMorrow returns to his hometown to investigate big city corruption and crime.
I spend considerable time on the Kennebec River to this day, mostly boating its lower reaches, Merrymeeting Bay and south. And when I’m headed upriver from Bath to Gardiner, I picture Arnold and his men, rowing to their doom.
In Gerry Boyle's most engaging novel yet, journalist Jack McMorrow travels to the sleepy town of Scanesett, Maine
Boyle's career as a journalist is evident in his novels. The Jack McMorrow tales are as gripping as any crime thrillers and Boyle's work on the streets ensures that his books are authentic and gritty. Read one, you'll want to read them all. - - Mark LaFlamme, author of "The Pink Room. Gerry Boyle certainly knows the people of Maine. com User, February 25, 1998.
Gerry 'The Bee' Boyle (born 1956) is an American novelist. The grandson of Irish immigrants, Boyle was born in Chicago. His parents soon moved to Rhode Island, where he graduated from high school in Warwick. He graduated from Colby College in Maine, Class of 1978, majoring in literature, and began to write short stories and poetry. Boyle's first career was in journalism.
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March 1998 : USA Hardback. March 2016 : USA Paperback.