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ISBN:1890768650
Author: Steve Brewer
ISBN13: 978-1890768652
Title: Bank Job
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Language: English
Category: Mystery
Publisher: Intrigue Press; First Edition edition (October 15, 2005)
Pages: 268

Bank Job by Steve Brewer



Bank Job plays out like a movie-The Desperate Hours meets Raising Arizona. It's just the sort of hilarious mix readers expect from Brewer, author of the recent novels Boost and Bullets. Steve Brewer is fast turning into one of my favourite authors. Bank Job is the third book I've read from him, after a couple of pseudonymous reads - Duke City Split and Duke City Hit - both released under the moniker Max Austin.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Brewer's writing is gritty and witty, tough on its characters but easy on the reader. The Albuquerque Tribune Brewer's. pacing is among the best in the genre.

Brewer's writing is gritty and witty, tough on its characters but easy on the reader. -The Albuquerque Tribune "Brewer's. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette An amateur crime spree takes a turn in the piney woods of far northern California in Bank Job, the latest fast-paced escapade from author Steve Brewer.

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That stranger ends up being Vince Carson, retired bank robber. Thinking they've discovered their big-time score, Leon and Roy take Vince's wife hostage, forcing him to rob the local bank in exchange for Maria's safe return. But Vince has other ideas. He sets out to prove that old age and treachery always triumph over youth and ineptitude. Published: Oct-2005 (Hardcover). Formats: Print, eBook.

Steve Brewer is a journalist, a teacher, and an author. He writes mystery and crime fiction. His books feature a lot of humor. Biography Steve Brewer was born in 1957 in Arkansas, though he has stronger ties to Albuquerque which is where he spent most of his adult life. Some people think that the author sets so many of his books in Albuquerque and North California because of his strong attachment to those locations. But Brewer has admitted that his laziness determines his choice of settings.

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London-based Steve Brewer was ready for a career change but was hesitant to walk away from all he’d invested as a teaching assistant. The company not only offered Steve the job, but an increased starting salary (50% higher than his teaching salary). Today, Steve is doing what he loves each day while learning and growing in a dynamic new industry. What encouraged you to learn to code and choose the Front End Web Development Techdegree? I’m a huge fan of Mashable and other tech blogs, and I’ve always loved tech.

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"Brewer's writing is gritty and witty, tough on its characters but easy on the reader."-The Albuquerque Tribune

"Brewer's . . . pacing is among the best in the genre."-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

An amateur crime spree takes a turn in the piney woods of far northern California in Bank Job, the latest fast-paced escapade from author Steve Brewer.

Jaded, rage-laden, and utterly stupid, brothers Leon and Junior Daggett and their homicidal partner, Roy Wade, entertain themselves by knocking over liquor stores and gas stations. When a run-of-the-mill robbery goes sour, they find themselves bloody and knocking on the door of a stranger for help. That stranger ends up being Vince Carson, retired bank robber.

Thinking they've discovered their big-time score, Leon and Roy take Vince's wife hostage, forcing him to rob the local bank in exchange for Maria's safe return. But Vince has other ideas. He sets out to prove that old age and treachery always triumph over youth and ineptitude.

Bank Job plays out like a movie-The Desperate Hours meets Raising Arizona. It's just the sort of hilarious mix readers expect from Brewer, author of the recent novels Boost and Bullets.

Steve Brewer spent 22 years in the newspaper business before turning to fiction full time in 1997. A weekly humor column he writes for The Albuquerque Tribune is distributed by Scripps Howard News Service. Steve serves on the board of directors of Mystery Writers of America.

Reviews: 7
Cells
"Bank Job" is the story of three small time crooks, brothers Leon and Junior Daggett and psycho-friend Roy Wade off on a self declared "crime spree" in northern California. Memorable for their bumbling stupidity, this inept trio is proof that the Darwin Awards will never run out of rich material. After a routine liquor store robbery leaves junior bleeding and picking glass out of his scalp, the boys seek refuge in a nearby cabin, whose resident happens to be retired bank robber Vince Carson and his elderly wife, Maria. Taking Maria hostage, the three geniuses enlist Vince to rob a bank for them, leading to a wacky and mostly gripping tale of suspense and chicanery.

Steve Brewer writes with a lively wit, tempered with enough of a flinty edge to keep the humor decidedly black. No pretense in Brewer's prose - this is simple entertainment cleanly told. For the most part, the story zipped along, with decent action and some interesting twists on a familiar plot. Not a novel you'll be thinking about two months from now or telling all your friends about, but a solid little tale you'll not regret.
Braendo
A real winner. Great pacing and characters that leap off the pages. Highly recommended read.
Lailace
This book was just what I needed on several rainy days,. Steve Brewer is very clever and more than once I had a laugh out loud moment. Steve does stupid people better than anyone . The plot was good but the crazy characters kept me going. For a real fun romp read Bank Robber.
Musical Aura Island
A very good mystery.
Hanelynai
Love his books So cynical. Somehow justice gets done even if the anri-hero does it.
Tat
I have read every one of Steve Brewer's novels and have been impressed with each one. He is a master at creating quirky characters--a la Elmore Leonard--and at creating story lines that move with pace and excitement.
Malaunitly
Enjoyed bank job by Steve brewer, entertaining characters and plot. Recommend reading this book and interested in reading more of his books
Not as tight as some of his other books. I was able to finish it. His characters are always interesting.