Hank Mitchell thought he lived an ordinary, ordered life. Happily expecting their first child, Hank and his wife Sarah were headed for their next modest step up the ladder, comfortably nurturing a nest egg in a suburban community near the tiny Ohio crossroads where Hank and his brother Jacob were raised.
But on one chilly afternoon, Hank, his brother, and Jacob's unsavory pal Lou make a discovery that offers a chance for a life filled with riches beyond their wildest dreams. And in a fateful moment, Hank lays a plan to claim that life - and the horrific crumbling of his ordered world begins.
"Spectacular...10 shades blacker and grimmer than the novels of John Grisham....Do yourself a favor. Read this book. (A+ rating)" (
Entertainment Weekly)"Expertly crafted...will make you feel like an unindicted co-conspirator." (
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Once a murderer, what the heck.
Not highest, but I did really enjoy this one. Makes you wonder what people stoop to when presented with the chance of theft by finding £4m.
It'd have to be a murder story. Maybe 'Leadbelly' by John Silvester, about the 1970's Australian gangland killings. Pointless because in the end everyone gets hit. Perhaps this is bit of an accidental mini mafia minus 'family loyalty' rules.
This was fine. Read in the first person.
The escalating compromised morals of all main characters. Eventually no-one can trust anyone. In real life you would expect at least one upstanding person to be reviled enough to blow this 'Simple Plan'.
This is not organised crime as such, with willing participants accepting clear rules and loyalties.. Therefore, with so many inadvertent parties in the know, it's a bit implausible how everyone keeps quiet and sticks to the plan. That is. all the time they think it's working in their interest.