Review Of Troy Cook's Debut Novel, 47 Rules Of Highly Effective Bank Robbers

Review Of Troy Cook's Debut Novel, 47 Rules Of Highly Effective Bank Robbers

troy ounce vs ounceAuthor: Troy Cook

Publishers: Capital Crime Press

ISBN: 0977627667







The following review of the advanced review copy was contributed by: NORM GOLDMAN: Editor of Bookpleasures. CLICK TO VIEW Norm Goldman's Reviews

Expanding his literary talents, screenwriter and director Troy Cook has developed his own quirky style as he enters the mystery-comedy arena with his debut novel 47 Rules of Highly Effective Bank Robbers. The use of wacky humor with mystery is a difficult balancing act that is feat for even the most seasoned writer, nonetheless, Cook manages to cleverly pull it off.

The plot What is a troy ounce set in the Florida Panhandle as it zeros in on a psychopath, Wyatt Evans, and his daughter Tara. After her mother is killed, Tara, at the tender age of nine is introduced by her wicked father into the world of crime. The father and daughter team think nothing of robbing banks and killing anyone who gets in their way, as they adhere to their own set of forty seven rules. In their world crime does in fact pay, and as long as you follow the rules you will certainly get away with it, even though it may seem evil.

Wyatt is also obsessed with completely controlling Tara and when at the age of twenty-two she falls in love and runs away with Max, the son of a small town sheriff, you can well imagine her father