Philip Elliott – Nobody Move


Eddie Vegas made a terrible mistake. Now he has to pay the price.

After a botched debt collection turned double murder, Eddie splits, desperate to avoid his employer, notorious LA crime boss Saul Benedict, and his men (and Eddies ex-partners), Floyd and Sawyer, as well as the police. Soon, he becomes entangled with the clever and beautiful Dakota, a Native American woman fresh in the City of Angels to find her missing friend – someone Eddie might know something about.

Meanwhile in Texas, ex-assassin Rufus, seeking vengeance for his murdered brother, takes up his beloved daggers one final time and begins the long drive to LA. When the bodies begin to mount, Detective Alison Lockleys hunt for the killers becomes increasingly urgent. As paths cross, confusion ensues, and no ones entirely sure whos after who. But one thing is clear: Theyre not all getting out of this alive.

As much a love letter to neo-noir cinema and LA as it is satire, the first book in the Angel City novels is a lightning-speed crime thriller equal parts Elmore Leonard and Quentin Tarantino.

Author: Philip Elliott
Narrator: Robert Svetlik
Duration: 7 hours 29 minutes
Released: 19 Oct 2009
Publisher: Into the Void
Language: English

User Review:

poniard year-round

Keeps you interest. Good and Bad
character’s. Never boring. A great read
and entering. Well done.
READ OR LISTEN TO THIS GREAT BOOK
YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED..