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Jim Fusilli is a native of Hoboken, New Jersey, which serves as a model for the city of Narrows Gate in his fiction. A graduate of St. Peter’s College, he joined The Wall Street Journal in the early 1980s and has been the newspaper’s rock and pop music critic since 2008. He is the author of six novels and numerous short stories. He and his wife, public-relations executive Diane Holuk Fusilli, live in New York City. They have one daughter.

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review by . November 09, 2012
This is a very exciting book, with something happening on almost every page. It does tend to get a bit confusing, however, because there will be a story line about one character and then a sudden switch to another character without any break to show that the change is being made.      It's a tale of a man who lost his wife to a gangland killing, and then lost his teen-age daughter because she blames him for her mother's death. As a consequence, he just spends his time …
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