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      HOGAN, C. Devils in exile. a novel. [s. l.]: Scribner, 2012. ISBN 9781416558873. Disponível em: Acesso em: 16 jul. 2020.
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      Hogan C. Devils in Exile. a Novel. Scribner; 2012. Accessed July 16, 2020.
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      Hogan C. Devils in Exile. a Novel. Scribner; 2012. Accessed July 16, 2020.
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      Hogan, Chuck. 2012. Devils in Exile. a Novel. Scribner.
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      Hogan, C. (2012) Devils in exile. a novel. Scribner. Available at: (Accessed: 16 July 2020).
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      Hogan, Chuck. Devils in Exile. a Novel. Scribner, 2012. EBSCOhost,
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Booklist Reviews 2009 December #2

Hogan, rapidly becoming a major player in the thriller genre, turns in another winning performance. Neal Maven is a Iraq War veteran, struggling to make ends meet as a civilian in Boston. When some other vets toss him a potentially lucrative job offer, which involves knocking over drug dealers, Neal joins their crew; but soon something happens to make him realize that he's wandered too far into the dark life. There's only one road to redemption: to turn himself around, he must fix the mistakes he's made. But can he do so and stay alive? The author's earlier thrillers, including The Blood Artists (1998) and Prince of Thieves (2004), showed that he was capable of constructing pulse-pounding stories that involved readers in his characters (this is also true of his recent The Strain, 2009, a modern-age vampire novel written with director Guillermo del Toro). This one is a fine addition to his résumé and a definite crowd-pleaser. Copyright 2009 Booklist Reviews.

PW Reviews 2009 December #2

In this fast-paced crime thriller from bestseller Hogan (The Strain with Guillermo del Toro), Iraq war veteran Neal Maven faces a series of dead-end jobs and little in the way of hope for the future back in his hometown of Boston. Then he catches a glimpse of his old high school heartthrob, Danielle Vetti, and his life is changed forever. Shortly after this sighting, Neal fights off a robbery attempt, an attack witnessed by Danielle's boyfriend, who decides to hire Neal to join his gang of Iraq war vets in their enterprise of ripping off drug dealers. Neal has morals, but he decides because they're doing good, i.e., destroying drugs and hurting drug dealers, this is an honorable career move. Things go well for a while, but after Neal starts sleeping with Danielle, the whole deal starts to unravel, with explosive results. This is a compelling portrait of a good man who makes bad choices and in the end must battle his way out of a destructive and deadly life. (Feb.)

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