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Irish-American detective Kevin Corcoran’s life is in shambles. Obsessed with the job, and disgusted by his wife’s betrayal, life on the beat is the only place he finds solace. With his best-friend Francis Maguire locked up in the tombs for murdering people in an effort to keep the truth from him, Corcoran believes Maguire’s death is the only way he can move forward. Though navigating the gritty, mean streets of New York City’s notoriously crooked neighborhood gives him a sense of purpose, changes are coming that will alter his way of policing. And as political shifts allow room for new leaders, Corcoran must decide where he fits in the new landscape.
About Tom Weston-Jones
Tom Weston-Jones was born in Burton-Upon-Trent, England, and grew up in Dubai. After graduating from the University of London with a degree in drama and theater, Weston-Jones trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where he performed in productions of The Good Companions, The Country Wife, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, and Translations. He got his first break when he was cast in the role of Adam in director Ed Hall’s theater production of Enlightenment.
Weston-Jones’ other credits include his portrayal of a Russian Security Service Office in the BBC television series Spooks and in the role of Merthin in the miniseries, World Without End. Weston-Jones calls London, England home.