Tommy Gee's decision to spend a long weekend visiting his mother in King's Lynn, on England's east coast, leaves behind eight dead bodies and a suicide. Not that they were all Tommy's fault, but he seems to be a magnet for chaos and the unpredictable. Add to the mix, Tommy's sultry pickpocket sister and his gangly deranged half-brother, and you have the recipe for a frenzied few days. When two Romanian mafia bosses are stirred into the melting pot, along with a sexy bank employee with a cunning plan, things are likely to move from complicated to dangerous before you can turn the page.
But Tommy has never been one to worry too much about risks. Accompanied by Muffin, his chocolate-coloured Labrador whose only purpose in life is to find misplaced burgers or unwanted pork scratchings, Tommy Gee's long weekend finds him hanging upside-down in his burning car. Yet we shouldn't be surprised at that. He is, after all, a professional blaster.
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