The con is on. the mark is Monroe Hall, a corrupt CEO who lavished more of his company's money on himself than the boys at Enron and WorldCom combined. The loot? A fleet of vintage automobiles that would leave the Sultan of Brunei blushing. The catch? Trying to outsmart a collection of angry union men who've been taken for a ride and blue-blooded suckers who've been taken for their family fortunes. But if Dortmunder and his merry band of crooks are to drive off with the loot, they'll have to act fast - before they get caught in a deadly crossfire.... where Chiratchkovich had submitted tothe blindfold andthe handcuffs and the tripinthe trunkof Greena#39;s nocolor Honda Accord. ... but noticeable eastern European accent, which meant hecouldna#39;t present himselfas nativeborn American, but that wouldna#39;t be a problem. ... Here andthere, in the interstices ofthevast web of details covering the globe, there are glitches, hiccups, anomalies, crossed wires.
|Title||:||The Road to Ruin|
|Author||:||Donald E. Westlake|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2007-07-31|