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Cut and Run

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  • Posted June 13, 2014

    Not worth your time!

    Could not get into this book at all!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    Cut and run

    Really great book i kept picking it up during the day to read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2004

    Run To Get This Book

    I was thrilled to walk into my local bookstore one day and discover that Jeff Abbott had written another book featuring my favorite character of his, Whit Mosely. I was a little disappointment that this book was mostly not set on the Gulf Coast of Texas like the others, but the plot so good that my disappointment faded. This book plunges into Whit¿s past showing us more of the background that developed his character while immersing us into mob life. This book has many twist and turns. I found myself guessing who had the money and was still wrong. Cut and Run will take you on a journey that you won¿t want to put down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2003

    Abott's best book yet

    In Port Leo, Texas the doctors have given his beloved father, who raised Judge Whit Mosely and his five brothers, four months to live. As such Whit wants his mother Ellen, who abandoned the seven Mosely males decades ago, to apologize for what she did to all of them before his dad dies. He hires private investigator Harry Chyme to make inquiries though his father did just that when the trail was warm with no success.<P> Harry thinks out of the box tracing Ellen to Montana where she had run off to with a bank embezzler. Then he traces her in Detroit where she cut a deal with the Bellini mob, who relocated with her to Houston. As Whit confronts Ellen, he becomes embroiled in a mob deal involving a five-million-dollar Miami connection and double crosses that test his moral system to the core. Will he choose to protect the person who deserted him or will he opt to obey his conscience. He is encouraged to do so by Claudia Salazaar, the woman he loves.<P> CUT AND RUN is an exhilarating thriller that runs on two levels. First there is the mob scenario with its double dealings in which Ellen is in the middle. Then there is Whit¿s ethical dilemma even when murder influences the equation. Thus the audience receives a powerful novel that will add to Jeff Abbott¿s growing reputation for suspense.<P> Harriet Klausner

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