nasty, good example of contemporary horror
The night Johnny Danetello drove a dying girl through the streets of Brooklyn in his cab, he was trying to save her life. Instead he ran down a cop and lost her and his freedom. Everyday in prison, Johnny knew that Angie Monicelli's family blamed him for her death, and that going home would be suicide. But Johnny has unfinnished business with his former friend turned mob boss, Vinny Monticelli.
Now Johnny has returned to converse with the doomed and the dead-and wait for Vinny to make his move. Survivors of a long-ago freak accident, the two men share access to alternate realities no one else can know-and to a past and a present that will all become the same in a city only one of them can leave alive.
This was an intense read, also has some good humor to lighten the dark tone a bit.
This is a mediocre story at best. I had to beat myself to get through it. BTW, there is no such thing as an 11 gauge shotgun! This what Dane's mother used to ice Joey Fresco!