In recent crime fiction, people are talking about Ghostman by newcomer Roger Hobbs. A fixer arrives in Atlantic City to clean-up a heist gone wrong: one heister dead in the parking lot, another winged and on the run, the shooter a complete mystery, and $1.2 million in freshly printed bills god knows where. There is much to like here: a morally ambiguous but compelling protagonist, a fast-paced plot, and sharp supportive detail. More crime after the jump.
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