In Easy Money, Geoffrey Field pens a twisting and highly detailed tale of drug-running and crime. Greed, violence, deceit, betrayal, and revenge. It's all packed in this story of criminal fiction. From the multiple perspectives of the English Bolton family, a young journalist, suspicious policemen, and shady government officials, we follow the interwoven paths and intentions that result from a South American drug lord's delivery of goods across country borders and over the seas. With impeccable imagery, fast-paced action, and accurately illustrated procedures, Field shows how a complicated international drug scheme can almost be pulled off successfully. Will a young couple move on past lies and danger? Will the fishing industry collapse and suffer even more after the drug raid? Can the criminals truly evade the law at every corner? Easy Money is a sure delight for all fans of criminal fiction.
Now retired, the author was in the Metropolitan Police for a number of years, and has been a dairy farmer, a diver, and finally, a Probation Officer. His interests include old cars, old boats, and music, particularly folk, jazz, swing, and classical.
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