It was 2004. Political unrest continues throughout the world three years after September 11th. American troops in Iraq are suffering heavy losses while Saddam is on trial. Tension in the United States is building over continued terrorism not only overseas but at home as well.
In Boston, Warren Dennihan is a Massachusetts State Police Detective working to eliminate terror in his own city. The Irish Mob has been conducting business with impunity in Deni's neighborhood for decades and is now bigger and more widespread than ever before. The ties to the Irish Republican Army has deep roots that continue to wreak havoc not only in South Boston but beyond. Guns and drugs are moving in and out of Boston.
Before Deni was a private investigator, he struggled with the politics of his own police department. Warren was forced to navigate around his partner, his lieutenant, the ATF, federal prosecutors, and his neighborhood in Southie. This story tests the bounds of what he can endure, his beliefs, his heritage. Blood is shed. Murders are rampant. No safe haven. Not in Boston. Not in Southern New Hampshire. Not in Ireland.
See where it all began for Deni. Set before CRASH, before Venom, learn how he worked to save Boston from suffering the same fate as so many other global cities. From Terrorism. From the Irish Mob. From the IRA. From Sinn.
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