That left turn at Albuquerque

2020, Book , 272 pages ;
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Summary/Review: "Douglas Rigby, attorney-at-law, is bankrupt. He's just sunk his last $200,000--a clandestine "loan" from his last remaining client, former bigshot TV more...
Summary/Review: "Douglas Rigby, attorney-at-law, is bankrupt. He's just sunk his last $200,000--a clandestine "loan" from his last remaining client, former bigshot TV exec Glenn Haskill--into a cocaine deal gone wrong. The lesson? Never trust anyone else with the dirty work. Desperate to get back on top, Rigby formulates an art forgery scheme involving one of Glenn's priceless paintings, a victimless crime. But for Rigby to pull this one off, he'll need to negotiate a whole cast of players with their own agendas, including his wife, his mistress, an embittered art forger, Glenn's resentful nurse, and the man's money-hungry nephew. One misstep, and it all falls apart--will he be able to save his skin?"--
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