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Mick Cahilly is a Cliche. An alcoholic Irish cop on the streets of New York, he's not only suffered a loss of faith, he's spent the last five years trying to smash its shadow from his soul with good whiskey. But things are never as simple as they seem, and when the body of an angel is found butchered on the steps of the White House, Mick's oldest friend makes sure he gets the case. Because he has a reputation of solving cases of the strange and unusual, and they don't come any crazier than this one. And as he chain - smokes his way through it, perennially nursing a sore head thanks to the continual beatings and booze, Mick's involved in a case that will see him pushed to his very limits, battling a seemingly supernatural foe in a race against time. Ambitious, funny, and ultimately, hugely uplifting, Cliche is a tale of friendship, hope, and finally, redemption. With lashings of dark humour, characters you feel you've known forever, and more twists than a hangman's noose, Cliche is a psychological thriller that'll have you desperate to read more, long after the very last page. "Die Hard meets Charles Bukowski, by way of Dashiell Hammett."
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Product details

  • Paperback | 236 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.72mm | 417.3g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507601247
  • 9781507601242

About Sean Keefe

Sean Keefe was born and raised in Warrington, Cheshire, and now wanders the country playing musical instruments for a living. To date, he's released three independent albums, 2 indie novels, been the subject of a documentary movie, is the only person to have appeared on Countdown wearing a hat in its 30 year history, and is the only man ever to navigate the 42 mile long Lancaster Canal in a pedalo, playing a concert at every venue along the way. "Many people sing about wanting to live the "ramblin' man" travelling musician lifestyle, but that is exactly what he has been doing, winning over a devoted audience in the process." - David Rose, Ark Preston Drop him a line at his website -
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