An explosive thriller from the 'greatest living writer of crime fiction.' - New York Times.
Way back when revolution was the thing, bombs were Robin Abbott and Skip Gibbs's bag - until they were sent to prison.
Now they're out and looking to put their skills to profitable use.
Their target: Woody Ricks - who Robin thinks ratted them out to the Feds.
But Motown cop Chris Mankowski has his eye on Woody and as a former golden boy of the bomb squad, it's only fitting he'll be around when the nasty stuff starts going down or blowing up.
Elmore Leonard was born in New Orleans in 1925. He wrote forty-five books during his phenomenal career, including the bestsellers MR PARADISE, TISHOMINGO BLUES, BE COOL and THE HOT KID. Many have been made into successful movies, including GET SHORTY with John Travolta, OUT OF SIGHT with George Clooney and RUM PUNCH, which became Tarantino's JACKIE BROWN. He is the recipient of the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award and the PEN USA Lifetime Achievement Award. He died in 2013 in Detroit.