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BOOK REVIEW: BOOST BY STEVE BREWER
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Sam Hill is certainly not a run of the mill car thief. He only steals high dollar cars - mostly classic cars. He also loves a good joke but when he steals a 1965 Thunderbird with a gold metal-flake paint job the joke is on him. The last thing Sam expected was to find a corpse in the trunk of the car. And this is just any old corpse but one that has been wearing a wire so is no doubt working for some police department or government agency.
The boost was set up through Mitch's Auto Salvage and Sam had no reason to think that this was anything but the usual deal. He is normally told where to locate the car, steals it, delivers it to whoever hired him, collects his money and that's it until the next contract. But this thunderbird steal has set the police on his tail and leaves him squirming for a way out of this mess.
When he starts investigating Sam finds out that Robin Mitchell of Mitch's Auto Salvage who set up the deal was not working directly with the buyer but through the buyer's agent Ernesto Morelos who runs a small time chop shop and sends all of his cars to Mexico.
Sam together with his friend and co-worker Billy and his old time buddy Way-Way set out to get even and get even they do. I think Sam's answer to the dilemma will have you laughing out loud.
Boost is just as good if not better than the previous Brewer books. You would be wise to read them all.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID
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