Overview

What if a prank by a disgruntled employee at the Federal Bureau of Engraving and Printing doesn?t quite come off as expected, causing one hundred million dollars in cash to inexplicably disappear on its way to the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston? What if a rogue FBI Agent sent to solve the crime ? mixed up with the Mafia, murder and blackmail ? ultimately wants the fortune for himself? And what if an Insurance worker from the suburbs named Snax, during a botched attempt to murder his wife, inadvertently becomes ...
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Illegal Tender

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Overview

What if a prank by a disgruntled employee at the Federal Bureau of Engraving and Printing doesn’t quite come off as expected, causing one hundred million dollars in cash to inexplicably disappear on its way to the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston? What if a rogue FBI Agent sent to solve the crime – mixed up with the Mafia, murder and blackmail – ultimately wants the fortune for himself? And what if an Insurance worker from the suburbs named Snax, during a botched attempt to murder his wife, inadvertently becomes the focus of a globetrotting chase to recover the missing millions?
Illegal Tender answers these questions as it leads you on a hilarious, mind-expanding adventure about love, hate and the human comedy, through Florida, Texas, Mexico, Belize, Turkey and beyond. Along the way, a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the FBI crime lab, the Bureau of Engraving’s high-tech security system boondoogle and the machinations of international fugitives. It introduces us to a gang of loveable hoodlums led by Telly Savalas in Newark New Jersey, a hash smoking Theoretical Mathematician from Istanbul, a cult of “Rock Suckers” who live off minerals in an abandoned mine, a retired couple who run a nudist camp and The Museum of Outer Space in the middle of the desert, a mystical hallucinogenic Holyman named Don Carlos in the mountains of Mexico and a rich troupe of eccentric characters all embroiled in the magical gravity of the misplaced money.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012882585
  • Publisher: Berkely Hope
  • Publication date: 6/21/2011
  • Series: Snax Lives , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 202
  • Sales rank: 884,242
  • File size: 202 KB

Meet the Author

Jack Stone lives on the outskirts of Los Angeles with his wife, 4 chickens and a Blue Heeler dog named Georgie.
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