Synopses & Reviews
Raised to be a thief and getaway driver, Chase left the bent life after he found his true love, Lila. For ten years he walked the straight and narrow—until Lila was murdered. Now Chase is looking for his grandfather Jonah, the stone-cold-killer con man who raised him anis the last living repository of his familys darkest secrets. In returning to his criminal roots, Chase hopes to save Jonahs infant daughter from the life that Chase himself cant escape.
But first hell need a score. Chase thinks hes found it as a driver for a dysfunctional crime family thats anything but organized. With the Langans patriarch dying, the once powerful syndicate may unravel before Chase can rip it off. If he survives the bloodbath to come, hell face an even uglier showdown. Because his grandfather Jonah is waiting for him at the coldest family reunion this side of hell.
A good guy goes bad after losing his wife and takes a job working for the mob. But a family coup soon makes life even worse for him, in this edgy new crime novel by the award-winning author of "The Midnight Road." Original.
About the Author
Tom Piccirilli lives in Colorado, where, besides writing, he spends an inordinate amount of time watching trash cult films and reading Gold Medal classic noir and hardboiled novels. He's a fan of Asian cinema, especially horror movies, bullet ballet, pinky violence, and samurai flicks. He also likes walking his dogs around the neighborhood. Are you starting to get the hint that he doesn't have a particularly active social life? Well, to heck with you, buddy, yours isn't much better. Give him any static and he'll smack you in the mush, dig? Tom also enjoys making new friends. He is the author of twenty novels including The Cold Spot, The Midnight Road, The Dead Letters, Headstone City, November Mourns, and A Choir of Ill Children. He's a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award and a final nominee for the World Fantasy Award, the International Thriller Writers Award, and Le Grand Prix de L'Imaginaire.