Winner of the CWA's Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for best thriller of the year 2013.
I makes things disappear. It’s what I do. This time I’m tidying up the loose ends after a casino heist gone bad. The loose ends being a million cash. But I only have 48 hours, and there’s a guy out there who wants my head in a bag. He’ll have to find me first. They don’t call me the Ghostman for nothing...
"Fast, hard and knowing: This is an amazing debut full of intrigue, tradecraft and suspense. Listen to it immediately!" (Lee Child)
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A Worthy Award Winner
Different. Compelling. Well-written.
What I like best is the way the author weaves together the current plot and story-line together with another from the past. Don't let this put you off because this is done SO skilfully that it really does lend a special 'edge' to the overall story and makes the listening something special as it all unwinds. More importantly, it doesn't at all confuse the listener.You'll find both stories compelling in their own rights.
The bank heist that takes place in a sky-scraper. Exciting and believable.
Any bank. Anywhere. Anytime
This is a novel that's just packed full of baddies! They're all up to no good and there's no room for heroes, at least in the conventional sense. It is an excellent book and a worthy award winner. Roger Hobbs is certainly a name to look out for from now on and the narrator Jake Weber did a pretty good job too.
You won't be disappointed.
This is one of the best books I've 'read' in a long time. A great plot, cracking anti-hero and a strong, understated narration.
An unconventional take on the crime thriller genre with great characters and imaginative storyline.
Like the synopsis? Then buy this book, you won't regret it.