Pawnbroker by Jerry Hatchett

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HE HAS SOMETHING PEOPLE WILL KILL FOR. HE JUST DOESN'T KNOW WHAT IT IS.Would you give killers what they want to get them to leave you and your family alone? Gray Bolton might, if he knew what "it" was. Life as a Mississippi pawnbroker is good, with a beautiful family and a bright future. Then he kills an armed robber and trouble cascades upon Bolton from everywhere. They all appear to be after the same thing and they will all do anything to get it. Unfortunately, Bolton has no idea what that thing is; but its discovery will test him in ways he couldn't have imagined, and the stakes are simple: Everything.
WARNING:  Hatchett writes books that you can't put down. Be careful!Read the reviews for Hatchett's work, and you'll quickly see a pattern:  He's a master storyteller with an uncanny ability to craft tales that keep you turning pages long into the night. Richly drawn characters will steal your heart, make your blood boil, and occasionally send a shiver up your spine. His plots are filled with twists and turns that you don't see coming; just when you think you have it figured out, you don't.This author is one of the finest thriller writers working today.Scroll up and grab a copy today. You won't be sorry.
 

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Jerry Hatchett (1959-present) was born and grew up in the creatively fertile Mississippi Delta, and lives and works now in Houston, Texas. A lifelong admitted geek, he loves to create fast stories around characters you can cheer for and against. His work features a crisp tight voice that pulls you in and doesn't let go.
 
Published December 29, 2012 by Red House. 420 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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Leiah Cooper 22 Jul 2013

A Five-Star Thriller

"Law. . . It was all a game, one whose outcome was usually determined not so much by right and wrong as by who had the money and who held the power."

In the case of "Pawnbrok...

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