Unlucky bootlegger Frank Hearn is looking for the big score, but he'll have to contend with hustlers, mobsters, Babe Ruth, and a certain dangerous blonde to do so. In his fiction debut, Irby takes readers on a wild ride through the Roaring '20s, complete with colorful characters, sizzling style, and bathtub gin.
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Florida in the 1920s is a world of con men, bootleggers, speculators, hot deals, and fast bucks; and the action kicks up a notch beyond frantic when the New York Yankees move into St. Petersburg for ... Read full review
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