Criminal Gold

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Bold Strokes Books Inc, Nov 1, 2014 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Midnight, New York Harbor, 1949. Cantor Gold, dapper dyke-about-town, smuggler of fine art, waits in her boat under the Brooklyn Bridge for racketeer Gregory Ortine. In the shadow of the bridge, he'll toss Cantor a satchel of cash, and she'll toss him a pouch containing a priceless jewel. But the plan, and the jewel, sink when a woman in a red sequined dress drops from the bridge and slams onto Cantor's boat. She is Opal Shaw, Society Page darling and fianc e of murder-for-hire kingpin Sig Loreale. Through a night of danger, desire, and double-cross, Cantor must satisfy Loreale's vengeance, stay ahead of an angry Ortine, and untangle the knots of murder tightening around Opal's best friend and keeper of her dirty secrets, Celeste Copley, a seductress who excites Cantor's passion but snares her in a labyrinth of lies. The lies explode in a collision of love, loyalty, lust and death.
 

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User Review  - amcheri - LibraryThing

I'm a little torn on the rating for this book but, ultimately, I really enjoyed the language and the plot. I never felt the chemistry between Cantor and Celeste and that hurt my enjoyment of the ... Read full review

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Chapter Five
Chapter Seven
Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Seventeen
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