Another good read from an Irish crime author known for his violent and dark novels.
In this book Mitchell is released from prison. He then walks a fine line between is old life and the new one he's trying to create. He does not want to go back to prison but his old life keeps tugging at him; dragging him into situations that he barely has control over.
Much of his past is revealed to be not like he thought it was and once the body count starts we are lead in one direction only to have the whole story take a tilt that is surprising and satisfying. In many ways the ending gave a real feeling of just what Mitchell was dealing with all along. His revelations through out the story were not all that surprising to the reader, because we've read some of it before but the twist ending gave a real sense of how all of the previous surprises really felt to him.
It was a very satisfying read.