The Travelers Series Books 7-9: The Casino Switcheroo, Thicker Than Thieves, and The Dark Web Scam

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The Travelers…husband and wife con artists who specialize in stealing from other criminals.

The Casino Switcheroo, Thicker Than Thieves, and The Dark Web Scam are books 7-9 in this series of no-holds-barred crime thrillers. If you like fast-paced action, shady criminal intrigue, and can’t-figure-them-out plot twists, then you’ll love these pulse-pounding page-turners at this special low price.

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The Casino Switcheroo:


When Koenig, the Traveling Man’s original mentor, shows up touting a casino heist—a once-in-a-lifetime, high-stakes robbery—all the Traveling Man can think about is stealing the score.


Koenig is a puppet master—a master manipulator who compartmentalizes the parts of a job so that only he knows all the details. What are they really going to steal? Who’s going to carry it out? How are they going to escape? And who’s going to be discarded to the opposition or the law?


The Travelers will have their hands full staying alive and staying free, and outthinking the other players, if they hope to steal Koenig’s loot right from under his nose.


Thicker Than Thieves:


On the prowl to steal a crime cartel’s diamond shipment, the Travelers zero in on the smugglers—an Iranian American pair of brother and sister oriental carpet importers. They have twelve weeks to manipulate the smugglers, figure out the details of the diamond delivery, and escape with the diamonds without tipping off the cartel.


But Middle Eastern jihadis hoping to create chaos in the US and white nationalists intent on a terrorist act bigger than the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing also have plans for the smugglers.


And when the FBI gets wind of these plots, the Travelers’ plans are suddenly careening sideways….


The Dark Web Scam:


The Travelers and a computer hacker are operating a dark web con, taking cash from suckers who think they’re hiring contract killers. Easy money. And no one to complain to the police. But when an actual killer comes after them, they’re on the hunt for payback.


Who sent the assassin who killed their partner? And why is he stalking a newspaper reporter? 


Once the Travelers figure out who they’re up against, they set a plan in motion to rob him and take revenge, but as the cat-and-mouse game progresses, and the police get involved, the Travelers find they’re moving through a quagmire of drugs, sex trafficking, and greed where any misstep could lead to the morgue.


The Travelers crime thrillers contain profanity, violence, and sexual situations typical of the genre and similar to R rated movies.

Crime & Thrillers
11 April
Blurred Lines Press

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