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The Famous and the Dead: A Charlie Hood Novel (edition 2013)

by T. Jefferson Parker (Author)

Series: Charlie Hood (6)

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Charlie Hood struggles with the moral challenges of arresting his late love's cartel-connected son, Bradley Jones, while the enigmatic Mike Finnegan uses his unsettling knowledge to infiltrate both of their lives.
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Title:The Famous and the Dead: A Charlie Hood Novel
Authors:T. Jefferson Parker (Author)
Info:G.P. Putnam's Sons (2013), 385 pages
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Last and weakest of the Charlie Hood series. Don't read this first as most of it is predicated on what has happened in previous books. Bradley Jones estrangement from his pregnant wife, Erin, who was kidnapped and almost killed in the prior book. Charlie Hood becomes the scapegoat for ATF's bungling of the Love 32 silenced machine guns, following another near miss when Charlie stumbles into an assassination plot. Through the pawn assassin, we finally learn who and what Mike Finnegan is. The only redeeming part of the book is the multi-surprise ending. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
End of the Charlie Hood multigenerational crime trilogy.
Supernational element doesn't add anything positive to an already complex/convoluted plot. ( )
  fwbl | Nov 23, 2020 |
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Charlie Hood struggles with the moral challenges of arresting his late love's cartel-connected son, Bradley Jones, while the enigmatic Mike Finnegan uses his unsettling knowledge to infiltrate both of their lives.

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