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The Stolen Coast by Dwyer Murphy
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Jul 18, 2023 | ISBN 9780593653678

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“Dwyer Murphy’s The Stolen Coast reads like coming upon a favorite Robert Mitchum movie late at night and getting swept up in its aura of creeping danger and looming, romantic regret. With rich, complicated characters, a serpentine plot, and atmosphere to burn, this is neo-noir at its elegiac best.”
—Megan Abbott, New York Times bestselling author of The Turnout

“I loved the dark, twisty world that Dwyer Murphy conjures in The Stolen Coast, which is as smart and stylish a crime novel as any fan of noir and basketball (or mussels and jewelry heists, for that matter) could ever want.”
Jess Walter, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins


“The morally ambiguous rogues, con artists, and thieves of The Stolen Coast would’ve most surely brought a smile to the late, great George V. Higgins. There is so much to love here, including a setting that reminded me of the broken coastal towns with dark, dirty secrets that Robert B. Parker often wrote about. This is a terrific, atmospheric crime novel by a writer with a deep love and appreciation of the form.”
—Ace Atkins, New York Times bestselling author of Robert B. Parker’s Bye Bye Baby and The Heathens

“Set in the grimy seaside milieu of Massachusetts’ south coast, The Stolen Coast is a riveting heist thriller, witty and lyrical and tough.”
—Peter Swanson, New York Times bestselling author of Eight Perfect Murders
 
The Stolen Coast is a wonderful heist novel, unique and compelling, set in a town full of shifty operators and fugitives. Murphy’s rich, fluid prose infuses every page with salty sea air and a rueful sort of romance. I loved my sojourn in Onset, Massachusetts.”
—Steph Cha, author of Your House Will Pay

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