Matt Phillips: Countdown


Bad to the Bone Grit

Growing weed is legal in California, but banking the profits, it’s a whole other problem.

Jessie grows weed in her apartment. She sells it at an off-license storefront along with LaDon whose presence is a deterrent to robbery.

Senditch and Glanson, are two entrepreneurs who start a business warehousing cash for weed shops. Glanson, he’s a whole lot of crazy though. One of those men with gun tattoos and hard eyes waiting for an opportunity, any opportunity.

Glanson hooks up with another vet, Echo. Together they make their own plans. But they aren’t they only ones and as things do happen, there comes a reckoning.

Countdown by Matt Phillips will take you down the path to no surprise, surprises. Fast read and the type of ending that has you shrugging your shoulders and thinking – makes sense.

~ June Lorraine

 MurderInCommon.com is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blog

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2 comments

  1. Nice to have that sort of ending.

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