Armed to the Dentures

Armed to the Dentures

by Bill Hawkins
Armed to the Dentures

Armed to the Dentures

by Bill Hawkins



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Six heavily armed, elderly women, what could possibly go wrong?

Swindled of their life savings by their retirement home manager, the ladies of the 4 o'clock poker club are destitute and off the grid. Violet, Marybeth, Mini, Doris, Ruby, and Bernice retire to an abandoned farm. How long can the fragile peace last, with all those years of experience demanding to be unleashed?

Each with a full life of success and hardship behind them, the ladies are, to a woman, determined not to be a burden on anyone. But when the FBI fails to retrieve their savings, the reality of dying poor crashes in on them, and desperation and anger push them inexorably toward a life of crime. A direction that not all of them are strangers to.

"What happens when five 'golden years' escapees set out with a hundred thousand dollars and a rental car on a tropical island? Great fun, that's what! Hawkins's tenderness for his characters enriches the wit and wisdom of these golden gals on their high-spirited adventure." – Barbara Kyle, bestselling author of the Thornleigh Saga novels.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162550112
Publisher: Bill Hawkins Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 08/05/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 842,270
File size: 667 KB

About the Author

Born and raised in Houston during the oil boom years of the sixties and seventies, Bill Hawkins began working at age twelve. Over a long and twisted path that included a stint in the Marines, photography, film and music production, and writing freelance for camera and gun magazines, Bill eventually returned to his love of story where he insists that he will succeed or die trying. Bill has written five screenplays, six novels, and two novellas. He now lives in Georgia where he writes full time.
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