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The Robbins: old farts gone bad Paperback – March 28, 2016
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Mr. Freriks is a full-time novelist, living in Tampa, Florida. He is the author of four other published novels.
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Writing is not an easy job. I respect anyone who puts forth the time and effort to unleash their creative genius, but really...do yourself a favor and find a halfway decent editor. This is a great plot and could have been a phenomenal book.
I have rated this book 4.5 stars and would recommend it to anyone seeking a light hearted mystery to enjoy.
I obtained this book from Amazon in Kindle format.
And there was. There's not a lot of laugh-out-loud moments, but there's a pleasant undercurrent of humor that runs throughout the entire book. In this fun tale, some smart old-timers get royally shafted by their new boss, the underhanded son of the company's former owner, and in a story that's way too close to reality for way too many people, the no-good so-and-so cheats them out of everything they've worked for, leaving them outta work, outta benefits, and outta their retirement funds. But what they aren't out of is smarts, combined with a determination to get back what's owed them.
Moral of this story? Don't mess with old farts.
Although the book could have benefited from some additional editing, it's definitely a worthwhile, fun, and fast read. Okay, so technically, it's a crime to steal, but trust me, you'll be rooting for this geriatric Bonnie and Clyde to get back what's theirs, and for that crooked young boss with a cocky attitude to get exactly what he deserves.
Well written. Would make a great movie.