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“A Town Called Malice” by Adam Abramowitz

In his new novel A Town Called Malice, Adam Abramowitz continues the exploits of Zesty Meyers, the 1980s Boston bike courier. When a rock and roll legend suspected of murdering his girlfriend reappears after thirty years on the run, Zesty is once again haunted by his family‚Äôs criminal past. What makes the novel especially fun is Abramowitz’s skill at weaving the neighborhoods, personalities, and even the real rock and roll nightclub scene into the narrative. Lots of local rock bands are mentioned in the story, including my own alma mater, The Atlantics. For anyone who knows Boston or who enjoys a fast-paced darkly comic thriller, this will be the sizzling beach read of the summer!

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