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Hell Gate

A Novel

by Linda Fairstein

Hell Gate by Linda Fairstein
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2010
    400 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Boss (04/11/10)

Good story
Good story! Another winner by Fairstein. I really enjoyed it, from cover to end. The only annoying thing are all those nicknames that Mike and Mercer use over and over again when talking to Alex, such as "kid, kiddo...". Oh gosh!!! With the exception of this tiny, insignificant detail however, this is and remains a good book, well plotted and executed.
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