Mike Knowles: Rock Beats Paper

Mike Knowles June Lorraine Robertss Rock Beats Paper MurderinCommon.com

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Wilson is a professional. The job varies but he uses a tried and true  methodology. Well planned and carried out to the letter. With the right connections things go well, usually.

When the plan for a large crew diamond heist falls apart, he decides to take it on using a much smaller team. This time it’s a con and it begins with the death of the inside man in a car crash. Is that the whole story? Not quite.

Mike Knowles has written a great heist job. Solid pacing, turnabouts and enough about the characters to keep you interested. This is book six of the Wilson Mystery series and is easily read as a stand-alone. After you read this one, pick-up the rest.

~ June Lorraine

Interested in more?

Check out the blog tour below for excerpts and a Q&A with Knowles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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