Little Criminals

Little Criminals

Book - 2008
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Set in modern Dublin, Little Criminals is a story that bristles with tension and expectation, a story about what happens to the fragile things--friendship, love, and compassion--when all rules are broken.
Publisher: New York : Europa Editions, 2008
ISBN: 9781933372433
Branch Call Number: FICTION Kerrigan
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 21 cm


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Nov 19, 2013

Great writing. 'Little Criminals with great plans'.

JCLKatyW Aug 10, 2013

The book deals with small time criminals that are trying to make a name for themselves by doing a kidnapping. They manage to make some rather large mistakes, and things start to go downhill fast. The writing was beautiful. Even though the characters were involved in things that I find unsavory, the way the writer wrote the story kept me engaged throughout the book. There were a few issues with closure at the end of the book (which I am a person who likes closure), but other than that it was well structured. Little Criminals is a book that really makes you think inside a criminal's mind; whether that is a place you want to go I leave up to you.


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