You can leave the gang, but the gang can't leave you...
Talented footballer Gary Marshall and his best mate Arnie Dolan are members of the Boxer Boys, a gang of youths on a rundown council estate who fight adversity both on the streets and closer to home. Then a series of shattering events tears them apart.
Eight years later Arnie is desperate to catch up with his former partner-in-crime. But where is Gary? And why is he so keen to let the past stay in the past?
In a shocking finale all the secrets are about to come tumbling out...
'Evocative and original' - Writers' Digest judges: 2016 self-published eBook awards
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Nick Rippington was one of the silent victims of the News of the World phone hacking scandal, losing his job with just 48 hours notice when Europe's largest selling paper closed its doors.
Drawing on a wealth of experience, Nick turned to writing. His debut novel Crossing The Whitewash pitches gangland London on a collision course with rugby-crazy Wales as one of the world's biggest sporting events unfolds...
'The book flows and rages like a Welsh mountain river to an end I never saw coming. Absolutely loved it' 'The storyline had me glued to the pages' 'A gripping story line that keeps you turning the pages right until the end, a truly great read' 'Martina Cole... with added rugby'
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 344 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.86 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1514362171