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1 Collins, Max Allan Road To Purgatory
Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. William Morrow & Co 2004 0-06-054027-3 / 9780060540272 1st Edition. 1st Impression. Hard Cover As New New Signed by Author
New in new DJ protected by mylar DJ cover. Tight no marks, bumps or blems. Signed by author on full title page. Signatures guaranteed, Purchased direct from Publisher. For pictures or additional info write me at info at abnormalbooks dot com or visit my site. FROM THE CRITICS Library Journal Parallel tales set in 1942 and 1922 mobster Chicago follows two good men trapped in bad lives in this prose sequel to the acclaimed graphic novel and Oscar-winning film Road to Perdition. Collins, "mystery's renaissance man," is a 12-time Shamus Award nominee and a four-time Edgar Award nominee. He lives in Muscatine, IA. Author appearances in Chicago and Quad Cities, IA. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information. Kirkus Reviews The Angel of Death is dead, but his spirit of vengeance lives on in his war-hero son, back to get revenge on the Chicago Outfit-again. We're now in the middle stretch of the trilogy that Collins spun out of his 1998 graphic novel, Road to Perdition (dourly filmed four years later by Sam Mendes, with Tom Hanks and Paul Newman), then wrote into a novelization. With this sequel (to be concluded, we're told, with Road to Paradise), Collins extends the story of the O'Sullivan clan, previously decimated by mob warfare and now represented only by Michael O'Sullivan, adopted and given the last name Satariano, and still remembering what Capone's henchmen did to his family.........Agent: Dominick Abel/Dominick Abel Associates 
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2 Collins, Max Allan Road To Purgatory
Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. William Morrow & Co 2004 0-06-054027-3 / 9780060540272 1st Edition. 1st Impression. Hard Cover New New Signed by Author
New in new DJ protected by mylar DJ cover. Tight no marks, bumps or blems. Signed by author on full title page. Signatures guaranteed, Purchased direct from Publisher. For pictures or additional info write me at info at abnormalbooks dot com or visit my site. FROM THE CRITICS Library Journal Parallel tales set in 1942 and 1922 mobster Chicago follows two good men trapped in bad lives in this prose sequel to the acclaimed graphic novel and Oscar-winning film Road to Perdition. Collins, "mystery's renaissance man," is a 12-time Shamus Award nominee and a four-time Edgar Award nominee. He lives in Muscatine, IA. Author appearances in Chicago and Quad Cities, IA. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information. Kirkus Reviews The Angel of Death is dead, but his spirit of vengeance lives on in his war-hero son, back to get revenge on the Chicago Outfit-again. We're now in the middle stretch of the trilogy that Collins spun out of his 1998 graphic novel, Road to Perdition (dourly filmed four years later by Sam Mendes, with Tom Hanks and Paul Newman), then wrote into a novelization. With this sequel (to be concluded, we're told, with Road to Paradise), Collins extends the story of the O'Sullivan clan, previously decimated by mob warfare and now represented only by Michael O'Sullivan, adopted and given the last name Satariano, and still remembering what Capone's henchmen did to his family.........Agent: Dominick Abel/Dominick Abel Associates 
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