The Bank Job by Roberts, J. R.

The Bank Job

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Clint walks into a bank in the town of Truxton, Nebraska, performs a transaction with a bank teller he thinks he recognizes. It takes him about a day to realize that he once saw the teller robbing a bank in a Missouri town, several years before. Has the man gotten himself a job at this bank, planning to rob it? He then realizes that he also recognizes a woman who works in the saloon. They were all part of the same gang of robbers. He decided to approach the man in a saloon one night and tell him that he knows him. The man denies it at first, but then admits that they all used to be bank robbers, but now they live in this town, and have honest jobs. And he thinks it's funny that he has a bank job.

Still unsure, Clint goes to the local law, but the sheriff says he knows these people, they've lived in town several years, and he believes they're honest. Clint decides to stay in town, watch the "former" gang members, and see what happens. Will they rob the bank? And if they do can he stop them, or catch them? And when someone tries to bushwhack him, he has to determine if it was them or someone else.

Author: J. R. Roberts
Publisher: Speaking Volumes, LLC
Published: 01/24/2018
Pages: 210
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.51lbs
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.48d
ISBN13: 9781628157529
ISBN10: 1628157526
BISAC Categories:
- Fiction | Westerns | General

About the Author
J.R. Roberts (Robert J. Randisi) is an American author who writes in the Detective and Western genres. He has authored more than 500 published books and has edited more than 30 anthologies of short stories. Booklist magazine said he "may be the last of the pulp writers." He co-founded and edited Mystery Scene magazine and co-founded the American Crime Writers League. He founded The Private Eye Writers of America in 1981, where he created the Shamus Award. 2013: Mr. Randisi received the President's Award (which recognizes a major career contribution to excellence in Western literature) from the ReadWest Foundation.

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