Thick as Thieves

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Quercus Publishing, Dec 1, 2011 - Fiction - 488 pages
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Carr - ex-CIA - is the reluctant leader of an elite crew planning a robbery of such extraordinary proportions that it will leave them set for life. Diamonds, money laundering, and extortion go into a timed-to-the-minute scheme that unfurls across South America, Miami and Grand Cayman Island. Carr's cohorts are seasoned pros, but they're wound drum-tight - as, months before, the man who brought them together was killed in what Carr suspects was a setup. And there are other loose ends: some of the intel they're paying for is badly inaccurate, and one of the gang - who is also Carr's lover - may have an agenda of her own. But Carr's biggest problems are yet to come, because few on his crew are what they seem to be, and even his own past may not be all he thought it was.

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User Review  - Elleneer - LibraryThing

I guess there is a world like this out there, but I'd rather not know. Is this what the American reader wants--crudity, banality, amorality, sex, and conmen? Apparently it sells. Read full review

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User Review  - johnbsheridan - LibraryThing

Possible spoiler alert! I've enjoyed all Peter Spiegelman's books in the John March series which I would highly recommend by the way, this one took a bit longer for it to truly engage me. I think this ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Peter Spiegelman is the author of Black Maps which won the 2004 Shamus Award for Best First P.I. Novel Death's Little Helpers and Red Cat. A twenty-year veteran of the financial services and software industries, he lives in Connecticut.

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