How to Rob a Bank - A Love Story
A delightful tale about two brothers and their elaborate plans to rob a small town bank in a tiny Northwestern Pennsylvania town - and what goes wrong when the plans run afoul of a gorgeous young lady who is employed in the bank they are robbing. The young lady's father is the Chief of Police, the little town's only full time cop and he is obsessed with catching the criminals. With many twists and turns in the plot, this is a humorous and light-hearted book you'll find hard to put down.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.78mm | 530.7g
- 08 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Elliot MacDonald
Elliot MacDonald, of less than noble descent, vocationally has been a newspaper delivery boy, a busboy, a bank teller, an Air Force sergeant, a Viet Nam veteran, a computer operator, offset printer operator, a photographer and photo store proprietor, a ski instructor, a Radio Shack Store Manager (not bragging or trying to be fashionable, he really was), a purveyor of office equipment, an electronic repairman, a computer programmer, a graphic arts designer, a carpenter, a stone mason, a teacher, a boat builder, a painter, a Charter Boat Captain. Avocationally, he has been an actor, singer, guitar player, husband, accordion player, live-aboard cruiser, 2 A.M. baby feeder/burper, skier, sailor, lover, puddinghead, chef, reader, writer, winemaker, wine drinker, inventor, scuba diver, writer of death defying poetry and other rhymes of passion. He has never been a bank robber. At least, he was never caught.