How hard can it be to transport one man from Detroit to Miami? What if that man is Morty Brubaker, and has a penchant for running numbers and a mouth like Rodney Dangerfield? Not to mention the fact that Marty has been declared legally dead…. Ten Minutes after Midnight, performed masterfully by Bruce Reizen with the perfect amount of pulp influencing his delivery, is the story of private investigator Harry Landers and his attempt to ride the thin line of what's legal and what's good. Follow along as Landers attempts to escort Marty Brubaker down to Florida, and keep from becoming a marked man himself.
How do you hide a dead guy everyone wants to kill? When Private Investigator Harry Landers gets strong armed into helping a marked man hide, he learns that the line between his own good doing and the crimes of his client is a very thin one.
What disappointed you about Ten Minutes after Midnight?
I was very distracted by the accents.
Has Ten Minutes after Midnight turned you off from other books in this genre?
What didn’t you like about Bruce Reizen’s performance?
I couldn't connect with the story. I thought it sounded good in the example but, between the accents and disconnect from the story line I just couldn't finish it.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
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