John Clarkson

Bronx Requiem

Bronx Requiem


James Beck learned the value of loyalty the hard way. Imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, he developed a keen sense of right and wrong. And, in possession of skills and cunning acquired on both sides of the law Beck is capable of .

So when his friend is beaten and killed on the streets of the Bronx, Beck is determined to provide him a measure of justice; a little dignity.

But what starts as an investigation into a simple street killing soon turns into something more sinister and complex. And it's clear that, if he's going to going to get to the truth, Beck is going to draw on all his considerable abilities and connections. Or follow his tragic friend to an early grave ...

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