CRIME: Another Cup of Coffee

Andy Sheridan was a tough guy from Manhattan's brawling East Side, as tough as his father had been before him. When Andy was eight, a neighborhood kid threw caustic in his face, damaging his eyes and giving his face a permanent squint. When he was twelve, his old man hauled him into New York's Children's Court and charged him with stealing his watch. The court sent "Squint" Sheridan to the Catholic Protectory for a year.

From then on Andy Sheridan was always on the wrong side of the law. He had all the physical assets of a good professional killer—the...

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