Cops and robbers

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M. Evans; distributed in association with Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1972 - Fiction - 286 pages
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Meet Tom and Joe. They've got homes on Long Island and a dream: to pull off the perfect heist. Tom and Joe also have badges, uniforms and guns, just like the rest of the New York City police force! These two shining examples of New York's Finest don't care what they steal or how, as long as it comes out to 2 million dollars. But they get involved with the Mob and find out that robbing Wall Street can be very dangerous

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

Tom and Joe are New York City policemen. They are also planning a grand heist that should net them two million dollars. But they have to outwit the Mob to keep the money and their lives. This book ... Read full review

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What happens when two of NYC's finest decide to go from cops to robbers and then rip of one of the city's five families too boot? Read full review


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