FREAKY DEAKY


FREAKY DEAKY

ELMORE LEONARD    Book Number: 84293    Product format: Paperback

Burning with energy and imagination, "dialogue like broken glass, sharper and glittering and a raft of low-lifes", Elmore Leonard was born in New Orleans in 1925 and wrote 45 books during his phenomenal career. This was first published in 1988 and is here in reprinted paperback. When revolution was the big thing, Robin Abbott and Skip Gibbs got their kicks from bombs, until their 'freedom of expression' was defused by some serious jail time. Now they're out and looking to put their skills to profitable use once more. Convinced that the Ricks brothers, who have since come into money, ratted them out to the Feds, Robin hatches a plan to help herself and make up for lost time. But they don't count on cop Chris Mankowski, who is investigating junkie Woody Ricks for an unrelated crime. And as the bomb squad's former golden boy, it's only fitting that he'll be around when the nasty stuff starts going down - or blowing up. An irresistible mural of the American underworld. 306pp in paperback.
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ISBN 9780753827307
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