Tuesday, November 6, 2012
After getting over the shock of that, I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Fred Fitch inherits $317,000 from an uncle he's never met before. At first he's concerned because he's the softest of soft touches and he knows that in no time, he'll be parted from his money.
But it soon becomes obvious that he has bigger problems when bullets fly past him and cars follow him. Someone else wants that money and is willing to kill for it.
Even though God Save the Mark is nearly as old as me, I found the book to be surprisingly undated in terms of New York City and the environs.