Made in China

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Nick Hern Books, 2014.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Mark O'Rowe., & Mark O'Rowe|AUTHOR. (2014). Made in China . Nick Hern Books.

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Mark O'Rowe and Mark O'Rowe|AUTHOR. 2014. Made in China. Nick Hern Books.

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Mark O'Rowe and Mark O'Rowe|AUTHOR. Made in China Nick Hern Books, 2014.

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Mark O'Rowe, and Mark O'Rowe|AUTHOR. Made in China Nick Hern Books, 2014.

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    [synopsis] => From the award-winning writer of Howie the Rookie comes this blackly comic drama set in a crazed, completely re-imagined Dublin underworld, full of martial arts, rogue cops and savage low-lifes.
Paddy's weapons of choice are baseball bats and fists. Kilby (who imagines himself as something of an artist) prefers the skill of karate, which he practises on Hughie – who just wants to break the pins of the guy who put the one-legged palmist in hospital... A dreadful accident sets in motion a violent tug-of-war between two criminal footsoldiers over the loyalty of the third. Self-loathing, guilt and loneliness emerge in this frenzied narrative, culminating in a blistering battle for survival.
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