Standing between Bo and Slick and $642,000 from the bank job:
Prison. A hurricane. A horny cop. A naked priest. An angry cab driver. Two wanna-be criminals. A speeding train. A hot soldering iron. A peeping tom. A fed-up girl. A gun dealer. A homeless lady. An empty shotgun. A girlfriend with other plans. One pissed-off mom. Two pissed-off drug dealers. A bitchy landlord. And 48 crazy hours.
When this is all over, they’ll either be rich, in prison or dead.
(Previously published as Run for the Money.)
Praise for CRIMINAL ECONOMICS:
“Balls out insanity!” —Owen Laukkanen, author of The Professionals and Kill Fee
“Proper noir. Definitely my kind of characters. Barely a moral scruple among the lot of them.” —Allan Guthrie, author of Hard Man, Savage Night and Two-Way Split
“Beetner writes with tension to spare and the story is marinated in his sick sense of humor, making this gleefully nasty noir fly by in just a few sittings.” —Nerd of Noir, Spinetingler Magazine
Feels like it was written by a fourteen year old...
Ok, I'm all for unrestricted craziness in books, whether it be violence or sex or drugs or whatever, but this just feels juvenile, and sometimes gross for the sake of being edgy. Save yourself the time