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Dennis Lehane returns to suspense series

Lehane That shrieking you just heard? That was me. Just got my hands on the galley for the new Dennis Lehane novel Moonlight Mile, due out Nov. 2. I thought: More historical fiction about the Irish in Boston? More - GOD FORBID - baseball?

No. Moonlight Mile marks the return of private detectives Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro. If you're a fan of Lehane (as I obviously am), you've been waiting since 1999's Prayers for Rain (which, incidentally, was published before Mystic River or Shutter Island). If you haven't read Lehane's series - the best of which is Darkness, Take My Hand - you will at least recall the film Gone Baby Gone was based on the fourth book in the series.

Been a long wait. I will savor this one.


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Did you hear my shrieking all the way from ChiTown? Finally! I'm going to have to go back to read all the others because I don't remember where I left Angie and Patrick. It's been SO long! Great news. Thanks!


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