Ghostman by Roger Hobbs

Reviewed by Diane B. (Library Staff)

Jack is a criminal’s criminal, very few people know him or about him; those that do know he’s a ghost that can clear up any situation and make anyone disappear permanently but not lethally. Jack is the ultimate Ghostman. When a huge casino robbery taking a federal payload is botched, the man responsible for setting up the job, Marcus, calls Jack and lets him know he has forty-eight hours to find the money, the robbers responsible, and clean up the whole mess before the money alarm goes off and dyes the money unusable. Simple enough job for an expert with resources behind him you would think, except when you add in an FBI agent who’s excellent at her job, major crime boss intent upon stopping you and a city you have never been to before. Find out about Jack, ghostmen, and what it takes to pull off the heist of a life time with this dark and gritty crime novel. If you get a chance to listen to the audio version the narrator is exceptionally well suited to the genre.

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC HOBBS)

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