Winterland / Alan Glynn.

By: Glynn, Alan, 1960- [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Glynn, Alan, Loose trilogy: book 1.Publisher: London : Faber, 2009Description: 468 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780571250035 ; 0571250033Subject(s): Traffic accidents -- Fiction | Gangs -- Fiction | Dublin (Ireland) -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction). DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: "The worlds of business, politics and crime collide when two men with the same name, from the same family, die on the same night - one death is a gangland murder, the other, apparently, a road accident. Was it a coincidence? Thats the official line. But then a family member, Gina Rafferty, starts to look into things and soon finds that she can't accept such a simple version of events. Told repeatedly that she should stop asking questions, she becomes more determined than ever to establish a connection between the two deaths - but in doing so she embarks on a path that will push certain people to their limits..."--Publisher description.
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"The worlds of business, politics and crime collide when two men with the same name, from the same family, die on the same night - one death is a gangland murder, the other, apparently, a road accident. Was it a coincidence? Thats the official line. But then a family member, Gina Rafferty, starts to look into things and soon finds that she can't accept such a simple version of events. Told repeatedly that she should stop asking questions, she becomes more determined than ever to establish a connection between the two deaths - but in doing so she embarks on a path that will push certain people to their limits..."--Publisher description.

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