The book [The Rising at Roxbury Crossing] is dense with political and historical energy . . . . The characters are salty, often slick and bitter. While there's gritty, sex-related blackmail and a bit of romance, Redfearn's descriptions of 1919 Boston are always lyrical. ”
—Mopsy Kennedy, The Improper Bostonian
James Redfearn, author of the Irish American historical saga, The Rising at Roxbury Crossing, has been an industrial-commercial photographer, a Massachusetts State Trooper and an investigator for a Boston law firm. He graduated from Harvard University with an...