On the Job Paperback
by Jack Nolan
The gritty streets of Manchester tell no lies as school boy Vince Haze is soon to discover.
Through being bullied at school for his social differences, Vince must find the courage to become his own person.
Moving from Ireland was never going to be easy. Vince's father left Ireland in desperation for a new life, and England was the obvious choice. Mick Haze tried desperately to keep his son from learning the truth about their family's dark past. Vince was troubled mentally knowing there was some secret in the past being kept carefully under wraps. Whilst being caught up in the day to day problems of school life, Vince becomes influenced by bully boy gang leader Kane Crossling, son of Manchester's notorious face in the underworld, Dave Crossling, aka `The Devil'. Following in his father's footsteps Kane takes Vince along for the ride from petty crime to falling deeper into the rabbit hole of criminality.
The stakes grow higher as the jobs become bigger. Will Vince's conscience get the better of him...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 280 pages
- Publisher: i2i Publishing
- Publication Date: 04/10/2017
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781999715656