When nineteen-year-old John Boulis is recruited to assist in a daring late evening burglary, he never would have guessed the night would end with the tragic murder of police sergeant William X. Hannigan.
On the ill-fated night that would forever tarnish his family name, young John sneaks out of his home and heads down to the black 1941 Plymouth sedan waiting for him outside. While on their way, the man driving the car gives John a revolver. After introductions are made between the four men involved, they go over the details - where they are heading, what they are going to steal, how they are going to gain entry, and the details on exiting the building. When the occupants of the apartment return in the middle of the heist, all hell breaks loose. It quickly becomes an "every man for himself" situation that escalates violently and out of control for John - and Officer Hannigan.
Music You Will Never Hear is told from the perspective of the nephew of John Boulis, who was living with his grandmother and John in New England when the crime was committed. From his arrest, to his time in confinement, to time spent with him after parole, author Angelo J. Kaltsos relates the story of his guitar-playing uncle's wasted life.
|Size: ||1.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||iUniverse, Inc.|
|Date published: ||May 2005|
This product is listed in the following categories:Non-Fiction > Biography & Autobiography
Non-Fiction > True Crime > Murder