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The Crew

Mike Ryan

Publisher: Ryan Publishing

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Summary

Jack Carter has a beautiful wife, two young kids, a modest home, and a steady job. But he's got one big problem. The bills are piling up and he's falling behind on every payment imaginable. Running out of options, his old life is starting to look pretty good again. 
 
Dominic Cirella's got what most criminals and cops alike would consider one of the top crews in the area. But now he's got a problem too. One member of his crew has grown too hard to handle and Cirella feels he needs a replacement. 
 
Cirella's number one option is to replace his crew member with a former member of the crew. The only one who escaped jail time and started a new life, Jack Carter. If Cirella can get Carter on board, then they'll both have a problem together. Can they pull off an armored car job while under police surveillance?

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