Hard Stop

Hard Stop

eBook - 2009
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"Sam Acquillo is getting to be alot more sociable. People are constantly dropping by, including guys in black outfits with .45 automatics breaking into his cottage in the middle of the night.Though on doctor's orders to stay clear of violence and mayhem, Sam does what's needed to encourage a candid conversation with the home invader, with surprising results. Suddenly Sam's past reaches out to pull him back into the world of big money and even bigger egos, where the term "corporate intrigue" is redundant and ambition the only virtue. It seems a person important to the private life of a very important person has gone missing in the Hamptons. And it looks like the best way to get her back is to extort Sam's cooperation. After finally achieving some measure of peace and contentment on the tip of Oak Point, overlooking the Little Peconic Bay, Sam is yet again an accidental player in other people's dramas. It takes him into the world of private security goons, predatory financiers and lifestyles of young hedonists, some brave, some beautiful, all a bit lost. But this time there's some added incentive. An opportunity Sam thought he'd never see again. The chance to get a bit of his old life back. The only piece he might actually want. With lawyer Jackie Swaitkowski and cop friend Joe Sullivan reluctantly in tow, and the beautiful Amanda Anselma, fisherman Paul Hodges and mutt Eddie Van Halen eager to lend a hand, Sam is back on the quest.This time with a few ambitions of his own, which lead him into something all his battles in the ring and corporate boardroom could never have preapared him for."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Sag Harbor, N.Y. : The Permanent Press, 2009.
ISBN: 9781579622350
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (264 pages)


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Oct 29, 2012

I really didn’t like the plot. Too much business info. That cooled me off from the onset. The whole deal seemed forced, like adding chapters for the sake of beefing up the book. The most interesting thing for me was when Sam visited the house of Zelda. I could have taken more of her antics. Naturally the book would have to have changed premise. But I would have been good with it.


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