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