Published: [S.l.]: Penguin Group US, 2008 Description: 336 p ISBN/ISSN: 9781440632051, Language: English
Good people - caught in a bad place ... When Tom and Anna Reed find $370,000 in their house one night it seems as if all their problems are solved. But what they can't quite wrap their minds around is that nothing in this life is free. Before the week is over they'll know exactly where that $370,000 came from-and come face to face with the brutal truth that in order to save your own life, sometimes you have to destroy your dreams... Praise for the novels of Marcus Sakey "Truly excellent. Like vintage Elmore Leonard crossed with classic Dennis Lehane.” Lee Child, author of A Wanted Man and Never Go Back “An authentic, original new voice.”George Pelecanos, author of The Double and What it Was "The reigning prince of crime fiction."--Chicago Tribune “Crime drama for the 21st century.” National Public Radio “One of the hottest young crime writers in the country.” The Oregonian “Snappy writing hair-raising.” Entertainment Weekly Marcus Sakey is the author of Brilliance, The Amateurs, Good People, The Two Deaths of Daniel Hayes, and other novels and stories
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