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Ordell “Whitebread” Robbie makes a fine living selling illegal high-powered weaponry to the wrong people. Jackie Burke couriers Ordell’s profits from Freeport to Miami. But the feds are on to Jackie—and now the aging but still hot flight attendant will have to do prison time or play ball, which makes her a prime “loose end” that Ordell needs to tie up permanently. Jackie, however, has other options. And with the help of Max Cherry—an honest but disgruntled bail bondsman looking to get out—she could even end up with a serious nest egg in the process.
I do not have a life that would allow me to connect to the criminal side of life. For the most part it has depressed me and I'm only halfway through.Published 24 days ago by Ronald Halk
Elmore Leonard is an American Icon who never grows old. Rum Punch is the podium for Leonard to demonstrate that there may not be any "good guys" in a story, and if you... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Pat
Elmore Leonard's works are consistently a good read, and this is no exception.Published 5 months ago by Al_BWisco
Thirteen years after publishing “The Switch”, Elmore Leonard (1925-2013) reunited the crime duo of Ordell Robbie (OR) and Louis Gara (LG). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alfred J. Kwak
The quantity of characters make for a very hard to follow plot in the beginning . But as they diminish, it all comes together. Typical Leonard plot.Published 8 months ago by John R. Smithlin
Great character's, plot and settings, as expected from Leonard. He really knows how to end a story.Published 8 months ago by Michael T. Carey
Good fun. More developed than The Switch, both characters and plot. Glad I read it.Published 8 months ago by Steven M. Toth