Nick's Trip

Nick's Trip

Book - 2011
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Nick Stefanos has given up his job in sales to tend bar at the Spot, where drinks and women are both a bit too easily available, and the routine is starting to feel as dead-end as his last gig. But things are about to change. First, his high-school friend Billy Goodrich asks him to find his wife April, who he says left him for small-time crime boss Joey DiGeordano. In fact, April has taken off with hog farmer/bondage freak Tommy Crane and, it turns out, with $200,000 of DiGeordano family money. There are powerful enemies on her trail -- and now on Nick's trail, too.
Publisher: New York : Back Bay Books, 2011.
Copyright Date: ©1993.
ISBN: 9780316079600
Branch Call Number: PELEC
Characteristics: 295 pages ; 21 cm

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BobScott36
Oct 08, 2013

This is a really depressing novel for any recovering alcoholic. Very well written and true to life. It is also a comment on the effectiveness of government controls, police forces, and society in general. If you have the stomach for it, lots of suspense, racial and ethnic overtones, very good read.

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