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After well over a year, only two books have been published, and a third, by author Elyse Fitzpatrick, is planned for September.Megachurch Star Mark Driscoll’s Publishing Downfall|Warren Throckmorton|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Within days of that meeting in 1981, Fitzpatrick wrote out a two-page report recommending that Bulger be “closed” as an informant.
“There were rumblings in the street about Halloran, that he was talking to the FBI,” said Fitzpatrick.
In fact, Fitzpatrick wore no tie at all, one indicator that he long ago left the reservation.
Fitzpatrick was supposed to assess the situation in Boston and make recommendations to straighten things out.
Poor as he was (he replied to Mr. Fitzpatrick the Embassador) he was not quite poor enough to accept them.
Never would he acknowledge the wrong nor promise the improvement, but both were there, and both he and FitzPatrick knew it.
Four hours later, dimly, through the mist of his broken sleep, FitzPatrick heard the crew depart for the woods in the early dawn.
FitzPatrick threw his head back proudly, answering his man at ease, as an accomplished swordsman.
"They've kicked over th' stove again," said FitzPatrick, seating himself on a stump.