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Molls Like It Hot
by Darren Dash




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Eyrie Brown used to serve in the Army, until a tragic loss forced him to return to civilian life earlier than planned. Now he drives one of London's iconic black cabs. On a dark, wet night, he gives a lift to a wounded gangster, and everything changes from that point on.

When the mob lord gets in touch later, offering Eyrie a small fortune if he will take care of a mysterious young woman for a weekend, Eyrie is hesitant. He can see trouble ahead, but the money will change his life, so he reluctantly agrees to become a temporary guardian. But murder is on the cards, and his vengeful "moll" turns out to be far more of a handful than he had ever anticipated. As twist follows twist and bodies start to mount, Eyrie gets backed into a blood-soaked corner and must resort to desperate, inventive measures if he is to stand any chance of seeing his mission through and making it out of the weekend alive.

Fast-paced, action-packed, gritty London-based noir, inspired by the likes of Mickey Spillane, Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett, with a large tip of the hat to the Billy Wilder movie Some Like It Hot."

EDITORIAL REVIEWS

A thrilling tale loaded with bullets, bloodshed, and bodies." Kirkus.

"Molls Like It Hot is perfect for noir detective readers who like their stories unpredictable, multifaceted, and hard to put down." Midwest Book Review.

"A wily tale of double and triple crosses you absolutely won't see coming. This is a fast, ferocious, and fun read." The US Review of Books.

"Dash has delivered a wickedly entertaining slice of British noir." Self-Publishing Review.

"This book reads like a Tarantino movie script packed with fast-paced action, blood, guts, and gore. It is fantastically entertaining " San Francisco Book Review.

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Overview

Eyrie Brown used to serve in the Army, until a tragic loss forced him to return to civilian life earlier than planned. Now he drives one of London's iconic black cabs. On a dark, wet night, he gives a lift to a wounded gangster, and everything changes from that point on.

When the mob lord gets in touch later, offering Eyrie a small fortune if he will take care of a mysterious young woman for a weekend, Eyrie is hesitant. He can see trouble ahead, but the money will change his life, so he reluctantly agrees to become a temporary guardian. But murder is on the cards, and his vengeful "moll" turns out to be far more of a handful than he had ever anticipated. As twist follows twist and bodies start to mount, Eyrie gets backed into a blood-soaked corner and must resort to desperate, inventive measures if he is to stand any chance of seeing his mission through and making it out of the weekend alive.

Fast-paced, action-packed, gritty London-based noir, inspired by the likes of Mickey Spillane, Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett, with a large tip of the hat to the Billy Wilder movie Some Like It Hot."

EDITORIAL REVIEWS

A thrilling tale loaded with bullets, bloodshed, and bodies." Kirkus.

"Molls Like It Hot is perfect for noir detective readers who like their stories unpredictable, multifaceted, and hard to put down." Midwest Book Review.

"A wily tale of double and triple crosses you absolutely won't see coming. This is a fast, ferocious, and fun read." The US Review of Books.

"Dash has delivered a wickedly entertaining slice of British noir." Self-Publishing Review.

"This book reads like a Tarantino movie script packed with fast-paced action, blood, guts, and gore. It is fantastically entertaining " San Francisco Book Review.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781671444928
  • ISBN-10: 1671444922
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: December 2019
  • Page Count: 244
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.55 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 pounds


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