Two crooked lawyers who've stumbled upon a simple way to make some quick cash soon find that the easy money comes at a price. This new short by Pamela Samuels Young is a thrilling listen.
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"Wryly done with a sardonic hand, Pamela Samuels Young's 'Easy Money' reminds us that greed can blind the best and worst of us to our own foibles." (Gary Phillips, author of Monkology)
Never live your life by committee...
No, the book started good and progressed nicely and just when things were getting good it's over. This story feels like some type of cliff hanger type work. This story would have been better served as an introductory short to an upcoming book or series. And, if that was the case, I would put that book or series on my wish list. But, its not, it's just a good trip to nowhere. This is the second book I've tried by Pamela Samuels Young and I guess it's just not my cup of tea.
R.C Bray is an outstanding narrator, He actually draw the listener into the story. This actually makes it worse because that's what leave the listener wanting more... When there's nothing else to be had....
A short but fun short story. Well written and interesting characters. It has a surprising ending. The narration keeps you throughly entertained from beginning to end.
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