Smoked by Patrick Quinlan

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Smoke Dugan is on the run.
      A bomb-maker by profession, he dropped out of sight because of a misunderstanding with his employers about an airplane crash and $2.5 million in cash. Unfortunately, they've found out where Smoke's living--a picturesque seaside city in Maine. And Denny Cruz, a highly paid assassin, is on his way from New York to collect him.
      Smoke's girlfriend, Lola Bell, is unaware of his past. Sexy, smart, and tough, Lola's a weed that grew up through the cracks in an inner-city housing project. Her big eyes belie her secret weapon: she's spent a decade studying the martial arts. The tattoo on her shoulder reads girls kick ass. When Cruz decides to use Lola to get to Smoke, he has no idea what he's taking on.
      A time bomb is ticking as Smoke, Lola, Cruz, and anyone unlucky enough to come into their orbit are caught up in a drama of abduction, car chases, and triple bluff, where escape or violent death look like the only options. But nothing turns out quite as anyone might expect . . .
      Patrick Quinlan's fast-paced, edgy, and brilliantly original first novel introduces a cast of characters worthy of Tarantino in their sophistication and resourcefulness, in a stylish thriller that marks the debut of a stunning new talent.
 
 

About Patrick Quinlan

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Patrick Quinlan is the author of two novels and has been a journalist and political organizer. He lives on the coast of Maine.
 
Published December 20, 2010 by REVIEW. 300 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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One such target, however, happened to have $2.5 million of Big Vito’s cash in his safe, a stash with which Smoke ill-advisedly decided to abscond.

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Entertainment Weekly

Crotch punts notwithstanding, this is the usual pulp about killers killing killers with glocks, blades, and nitroglycerin.

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Entertainment Weekly

Originally posted Apr 14, 2006 Published in issue #873 Apr 21, 2006 Order article reprints

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ReviewingtheEvidence.com

SMOKED follows the lives of Smoke and Lola as the two of them try to fend off the Mafia hit men and the lowlifes who want to get even with Lola.

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