His name is Daniel Bridger and what he does is steal things. He works high dollar scores: jewelry, jade, untraceable cash. He is a disciplined professional and he has kept out of prison by sticking to a certain set of rules. Rule 1: never work with a partner. Rule 2: never, under any circumstances, work with the mob. But when Maggie Chan, his beautiful ex-girlfriend, comes along and talks him into stealing a four million-dollar coin collection, Bridger gets a little careless and forgets one of the most important rules: if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Before the job barely begins, he is beaten unconscious and framed for the murder of a corrupt judge and his mistress. Now he's on the run from the mob and the police. Someone has set him up. And Bridger's going to make sure that someone's going to pay for it. James Patrick Hunt was born in Surrey, England in 1964. He graduated from Parks College of Saint Louis University with a degree in aerospace engineering in 1986 and from Marquette University Law School in 1992. He resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he writes and practices law. He is the author of Maitland, Maitland Under Siege, Before They Make You Run, The Betrayers, Goodbye Sister Disco, The Assailant, Maitland's Reply, and The Silent Places.
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Published August 18, 2010
by Five Star.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.