The Devil's Redhead

The Devil's Redhead

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Dan Abatangelo and Shel Beaudry are two 'for life' lovers, whose adventures as the last of the independent 'gentleman' marijuana smugglers ('no violence - it's all about the money') come to an abrupt end with their arrest in Las Vegas. Dan pleads guilty and receives a ten-year sentence in exchange for a more lenient term for Shel. Released from prison, Shel struggles to keep her life on track without Dan's emotional support. Succumbing to a weakness for 'strays' she becomes the sole caregiver of Frank Maas, a psychologically scarred and unstable loner on the fringes of a crime ring operating in the delta. With Dan's release from prison imminent, Frank plans a quick, ill- conceived score, hoping with money in hand to persuade Shel to disappear with him. The plan backfires miserably, and Frank, Shel and Dan are caught up in an inferno they cannot hope to more

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  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 124 x 168 x 30mm | 258.55g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0752863924
  • 9780752863924

About David Corbett

David Corbett was a senior operative with a prominent San Fransisco private investigation firm for nearly fifteen years, working on a number of high-profile criminal and civil litigations. In 1995 he retired from investigative work to open a law practice with his wife, Terri, a longtime advocate for the poor and victims of AIDS. She died from ovarian cancer in January 2001. He currently resides in Northern more

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