A Lot of Nerve
Nothing is quite what it seems…
Jones is a chancer, a schemer, always on the lookout for the next big deal.
In a pub one day he notices some papers changing hands for large amounts of money. He manages to insert himself into the middle of what looks like an extremely lucrative deal, but the can of worms he opens catapults him into a situation more volatile and dangerous than he could ever have imagined.
Caught between a violent gangster and the machinations of the state, Jones finds himself playing each side off against the other in order to stay alive. In a world of deception and intrigue, the only thing he can be sure of is that people are prepared to kill for the mysterious papers.
“A really good thriller… kept me hooked till the end.”
Anna Maria Giacomasso (Reviewer)
“Captivating, suspenseful, entertaining novel! This beautiful thriller kept me on the edge of my seat.”
"A light hearted and delightful romp through the capers and adventures of a small-
Nan Williams (Reviewer)
"An entertaining romp with a small-
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Maureen Ellis (Reviewer)
"Jones is not a truly bad guy -
Bonnye Reed Fry (Reviewer)
"This is a very original story… very good entertainment… well written with great characters."
Terje Olsen (Reviewer)
"Totally enjoyable… Jones was a well-
Janet’s Book Corner
"Jones lives to make a deal. Got something you need to sell? Call him. Aunt Mimi will take the message. He sees papers change hands for a big envelope of money and decides to get in on the action. This is one transaction he may not survive."
Marie Angel (Reviewer)
"I hope to read more books by this author."
Darren Martin (Reviewer)