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In his debut novel, An Honest Living, Dwyer Murphy takes readers on an odyssey through time and space in turn-of-the-21st-century New York City, complete with its own Ulises, who just happens to be a Venezuelan poet. Along this journey with nods to past noir novelists such as Ross Macdonald and Raymond Chandler (think mysterious beautiful woman engaging a sole-practitioner lawyer to investigate her husband), are cases of mistaken identity, missing manuscripts and doses of wry humor about the nature of cabaret laws in New York City that prevent dancing in bars, even when there’s a Samba band




Photo of Dwyer Murphy ©Carolina Henriquez-Schmitz


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