A Fine Line Author:Ken Gross Here's what People magazine had to say about Ken Gross's A Fine Line: — Jack Mann's plane circles New York and lands late. His clothes are dirty, his pockets empty, his body tired. He walks toward his battered Buick, a beaten man. Then, as he reaches for his keys, a gun is pressed against his ear. It seems the perfect end to a miserable day. — It ... more »isn't. The attacker winds up dead on the airport pavement, and ex-cop Mann is left holding the bag - a bag with a million dollars cash inside. Mann does the only sensible thing. He stashes the stiff and keeps the stash.
That move opens the door to a whole slew of deadly problems. The cops are suddenly fast on his tail, and the Mob wouldn't mind seeing him face down in the river. The Irish Republican Army - which the money had been headed for - plans to gun down Britain's Prime Minister. The body count starts to grow, the bullets fly East Side and West, and tempers are as short as 10-second fuses. Mann ducks and dodges this hot action better than anyone this side of Sugar Ray Leonard, and a good time is had by all, especially readers of this novel.« less