“The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers”

February 17, 2010 at 10:53 pm | Posted in Fiction | Leave a comment

An intriguing premise and interesting historical background make The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers a fun read.  It’s packed with bank heists, car chases, shootouts, and, why not?  Criminals rising from the dead.

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Thomas Mullen pulls off a story that will have you wondering, just what is going on here?  I always appreciate when I’m not able to guess the ending of a book, and I wasn’t able to here.  The 1930’s setting is well realized and quite relevant to current economic realities.

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