Well, I actually made a list. No, I didn’t sit down and write things in list form, I appeared on someone else’s list, specifically, Dana King’s Best Reads of 2011. He was good enough to include Setup On Front Street in his list, for which I’m grateful, to say the least. Dana’s own Wild Bill would’ve made my list, if I’d had the energy to sit down and compile one. But I didn’t, so all I can tell you is to go buy it. You won’t be sorry. It’s a realistic tale of mob/police intrigue in Chicago. For that matter, you can go here and read my review of it.
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