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Down with the Underdogs

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Down with the Underdogs by Ian Truman
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Gentrification is moving in hard and fast in Montreal's South-Western districts. D'Arcy Kennedy finds himself out of breath, out of a job and raising a kid in a small home meant for another era. As the bulldozers take away entire chapters of his life, he turns to old acquaintances for work, leaning in on his hard-earned reputation as a good PI to find employment with the Irish mafia. But even organized crime is struggling to keep up with the changing landscape of the City. Weed is going legal, trust funds are pushing realtors and people who would have not dared cross the Irish not so long ago now defy them carelessly. Navigating his past and staking his future on this new life, D'Arcy Kennedy will have to thread a razor thin line between the law, loyalty and his own family if he wants a place for him and his own at the end of it all. Praise for DOWN WITH THE UNDERDOGS: "A working class family man strikes a deal with the devil in Ian Truman's fast-paced, volatile Down with the Underdogs. The result is class warfare on the streets of Montreal. Truman offers an unflinching portrait of a city caught in the throes of gentrification, and one person's struggle to fight back. An excellent read." --Sam Wiebe, author of the Wakeland novels. "Truman captures life on the edges--of culture, of language, of the legal and illegal, of the sane and the mad. And he tells a great story in the process." --Warren Moore, author of Broken Glass Waltzes
Release date Australia
August 6th, 2018
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Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Down & Out Books
Pages
260
Dimensions
140x216x18
ISBN-13
9781948235129
Product ID
28247687

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