MOB by Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn, the master of urban suspense, has returned with another blazing hot thriller about love, loyalty and revenge.

Who says crime doesn’t pay? Because it sure does for Travis Burns. He’s the leader of a well organized robbing crew known as MOB and he and his crew are livin’ the good life. MOB targets: banks, grocery stores, jewelry stores, and anything else they can hit quick and come away with a large return on their investment of time. They are all college graduates who are always prepared, and extremely disciplined. In another life, another time, this would have been their last career choice. Each set with their own personal axe to grind with system. They are not the most successful criminals in the underworld. They dress down, don’t associate with anything that will attract the attention of the police and haters. Operating under the protection of Mike Black’s (Outlaw) criminal organization, Travis and his crew, Jackie Washington, and Ronnie Grier live by rules that have earned them a small fortune, but all of that changes for Travis when he meets Me’shelle Lawrence. Now he must choose between his love for Me’shelle and his loyalty to his crew.

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