Al Rosen was doing just fine, hiding out in Israel - until he decided to play Good Samaritan and rescue some elderly tourists from a hotel fire. Now his picture's been carried in the stateside press, and the guys he's been hiding from know exactly where he is. And they're coming to get him - crooked lawyers, men with guns and money, and assorted members of the Detroit mob who are harboring a serious grudge. Playtime in paradise is officially over; Rosen's a million miles from home with a bull's eye on his back. And his only ally is a U.S. Embassy marine who's been looking for a war . . . and who's damn well found one.
©1977 Elmore Leonard (P)2010 Hudson Audio
I read everything I can from Elmore Leonard. I love his works including this book.
I can not stand listening to Mark Hammer. The first time I herd him was his reading of a Dave Robicheaux book and I took an immediate dislike to his reading. I don't understand why anyone would us him to read their book.
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