Overview

Herman Jackson is a former bookie and small-time racketeer from
Detroit trying to live down his shady past by running a legitimate bail
bond business in St. Paul, but it is January, and definitely the winter of
his discontent. Somebody has used his name and license without...
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Lowertown

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Overview

Herman Jackson is a former bookie and small-time racketeer from
Detroit trying to live down his shady past by running a legitimate bail
bond business in St. Paul, but it is January, and definitely the winter of
his discontent. Somebody has used his name and license without his
consent, or even knowledge, to bail out a vicious killer who immediately
disappears. The only solid lead Jackson has is a laptop computer found
in the killer’s apartment which contains details of vicious crimes, past
and future. After a bloody showdown in a snowbound cabin in the
deep woods, Jackson hopes he can stop looking over his shoulder for
good.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148960416
  • Publisher: Forty Press
  • Publication date: 11/7/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 184
  • Sales rank: 478,509
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Richard Thompson is a former civil engineer and
construction manager who traded his hard hat for a laptop and now
writes full time. His first novel, Fiddle Game, was short-listed for a Debut
Dagger award, and Frag Box was a finalist for the 2010 Minnesota Book
Award. He is also the author of a standalone historical mystery, Big
Wheat winner of the 2012 Minnesota Book Award for Best Genre
Fiction. He lives in Minnesota with his wife of over 50 years and two
neurotic cats.
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