Slip & Fall
"A gripping thriller....Santora's characters will ensnare readers."--Vince Flynn
Faced with a struggling practice, a pregnant wife, and a sister in trouble, Robert Principe realizes the white-collar world isn't as easy as he thought. He needs money. Fast.
Desperate, he approaches his wiseguy cousin Jackie with an insurance scheme--a way for the Mob to collect from guys who owe but can't pay, and a chance for Robert to use his law degree to make a few quick bucks when he needs it most.
Robert thinks it will be a one-time thing. It isn't. The scheme works well--too well. The money flows, the violence escalates, and Robert soon learns that getting out of a deal with the Mafia isn't exactly easy...especially when the FBI is onto you.
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Over HypedUser Review - SGMUSA - Borders
Pros: Not a bad story Cons: Toooooo wordy in many places While the story line is plausable the telling of that story leaves a lot to be desired. In many places you willl begin to lose interest ... Read full review
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