What Might Have Been

What Might Have Been

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Synopsis of 'WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN' The central plot of this book is a bank robbery that seemed to be perfect, but went wrong, twice. Tom was a small time criminal with no police record, who dreamed about pulling off one big job that would set him up for life. He put together a team that could help him realise his dream. He was a meticulous planner and seemed to have covered all the angles. It looked like nothing could go wrong, and he almost got away with it. What Tom did not factor into his plans was the cunning of one man, Sean, a disgruntled member of the IRA. For far too long Sean had helped the cause, and had feathered the nests of the top men in the organisation. Following the progress of the bank siege on television, he decided that it was about time he did something to help himself. He was in a very unhappy marriage, and had recently met the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life with. If he could manage to get his hands on the proceeds of the bank robbery, he, and his new love, could disappear forever. Sean did what the police could not do. He followed the bank robbers, took the money, more than 10 million, and murdered all seven of the gang members. He cleverly devised a plan that would allow him to take the money out of the country without being detected, and he too had almost managed to pull it off. He hadn't counted on the anger of his wife, who discovered what he was up to, and reported him to the police. You could say that Sean had suffered the same type of justice that he had inflicted on the bank robbers that he had murdered. For the second time in the story, it was a case of what might have been.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 394 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 21mm | 526g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508707170
  • 9781508707172