(The second book in the Ed Loy series)
Slightly overcooked `Dublin Noir' in which P.I. protagonist Ed Loy finds himself caught in the coils of a spectacularly dysfunctional family. The corpses pile up in a convoluted plot best consumed in big slices to lessen the possibility of losing track of who's who. A mix of Raymond Chandler and Ken Bruen with a hint of James Joyce..
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