Crossroad Blues

Crossroad Blues They always got away with it until they crossed his path Kane is a drifter a musician with the Blues in his heart and the road for his home Maeve is tattooed and dreadlocked a beautiful Irish girl w

  • Title: Crossroad Blues
  • Author: Steve Malley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • They always got away with it until they crossed his path Kane is a drifter, a musician with the Blues in his heart and the road for his home Maeve is tattooed and dreadlocked, a beautiful Irish girl with bent on revenge The night they meet, Kane takes a stand that pulls him into the orbit of wealthy and perverse has been country star Boogie Jack Terrabonne, the bandThey always got away with it until they crossed his path Kane is a drifter, a musician with the Blues in his heart and the road for his home Maeve is tattooed and dreadlocked, a beautiful Irish girl with bent on revenge The night they meet, Kane takes a stand that pulls him into the orbit of wealthy and perverse has been country star Boogie Jack Terrabonne, the band of thugs Terrabonne calls an entourage and their murderous and terrifying leader, Harlan Winters Kane s efforts to save Maeve from herself may cost both their lives

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    1. Crossroad Blues goes to show that there are very fine novels out there that are not being picked up and published by the major print presses. And we readers are the poorer for it. This book was published on Kindle and I'm very glad I have a Kindle to be able to read it on.In this book we have wonderful characters full of heart and emotion, one of the nastiest villains I've ever come across in fiction, and a setting that is both exotic and very real. We have joy and despair, and gain and loss. An [...]

    2. In piercing language that delimits characters, their emotions, and the New Zealand scenery in high relief, Steve Malley delivers a tale of a people on the fringes of society: a washed-up old musician who still considers himself a star, a dreadlocked Irish woman driven by the need for revenge, a wanderer with a strong sense of justice, and a monster of a man barely hanging on to a shred of sanity. In the second half of the book, I read faster and faster, eager to see what would happen next and wh [...]

    3. I admit I'm fond, but then all parents think their kids are good looking. That said, this really is one hell of a Noir thriller.If James M Cain and Lee Child ever teamed up to write a Western, they'd probably come up with something a lot like Crossroad Blues

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