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Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Product Details About the Author. But scratch the surface and discover he thinks there's a killer inside all of us. His Lucky Dey books exist between the gutter and the glitter of a morally suspect landscape he calls Luckyland-aka Los Angeles-the city of Doug's birth and where he lives with his wife, two children, four big mutts, and the dead body he's still semi-convinced is buried in his San Fernando Valley back yard. Average Review. Write a Review. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Great plot!!!! Lots of twists. Loved Lucky and Gonda.
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Government cover-up. I will definitely be reading more by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago Enjoyable read. Hard to put down. Great carachter development. Moves quickly. Anonymous More than 1 year ago The plot was good. The book itself too long winded.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago switching back and forth among characters. Eventually he found movies to be very limiting and sought to expand his horizons from sound and sight to the more elastic traditional novel writing. While he has had a lot of success writing movie screenplays, it is writing which he says gives him the greatest reward and satisfaction.
Lucky Dey provides an insightful look into the darkness of the hero and the instability and brutality of the criminal mind. As he often does whether it be on movies or on novels, Doug takes his readers into a world full of suspense and tension as they navigate a sinister Los Angeles landscape. In addition to his writing in print and on screen, Richardson also has a blog at dougrichardson. The marine has a plan to steal a refrigerated tractor trailer and drive it to Long Beach Nevada, where he will earn a million dollars from a willing buyer. But sometimes even the simplest of plans can go wrong as he turns into an idiot on the way south leaving behind a smidgen of dead bodies.
Lucky is now on the trail of the marine gone rogue, as he drives his huge semi into the city. But it is not only his brother he needs to avenge. He also has to deal with a multimillionaire entertainment bigwig that needs him to exact justice on behalf of his murdered daughter. Llily Zoller a federal attorney with high ambitions is determined to milk the situation as much as she can.
Meanwhile, Rey Palomino a corrupt contractor has teamed up with the marine in hopes that they can split the loot which will make it possible for him to clear his massive debts. Throw in a beautiful detective, a couple of gang buster sheriffs and their deputies, some unwitting feds, and a detective determined to avenge his brother and we have an unpredictable and explosive thrill of a narrative. While waiting for the higher ups in the police department to reinstate him to his job, he takes a contract from a Midwestern tycoon who needs him to find his teenage daughter that has disappeared.
He winds his way from the lit up streets of Los Angeles to the dark corners of the inner city where reality is perilous and murky. He soon finds himself in the middle of a tangled web of human trafficking, where human predators rule the roost. Finding and bringing back the teenage girl might prove more dangerous than he had thought it would be. If you see one missing just send me an e-mail below. Book s. The guy is a master! More Details.
Blood Money: A Lucky Dey Thriller
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