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Publisher Description

A STUNNING ACTION THRILLER FROM A REAL-LIFE HERO

Kevin Dodds leads a dull, uneventful life. He has a steady job at the bank, a nice house and car. His wife goes to Bingo on a Saturday night, but he usually stays in to save money.

But Kevin has spent enough quiet nights in watching TV and decides he'd like a night out himself. And he's not talking about a pint and a packet of peanuts down at the local. He's going to attempt to pull off a daring bank robbery single handed.

Kevin is about to take a heart-thumping step into the unknown. For once, he's going to stop being the grey man...

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GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2009
May 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
112
Pages
PUBLISHER
Transworld
SIZE
9.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Numfar_uk ,

Good short story.

A good short story, engaging and entertaining. You get enough information about the main characters to care about them.

However it looks like autocorrect took over as more often than not the main character was referred to as "key" instead of "kev".

Taffythefridge ,

Short and sweet

I I started to read and thought, " not my normal type of book". I did not stop until I had finished it completely.
The story was good and characters believable.
Well worth a read. Johnh

Kieran booth ,

Good book

The storyline isn't too hard to follow and doesn't use any complex words so it is a great book for people who have just started reading his books. The books storyline has barely any action and so can be boring around certain areas until the last couple of chapters. Overall a good book but not long enough.

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