Friday, November 15, 2013

Gangster Moll by Powerone

Gangster Moll by Powerone
Publisher: Sizzler Editions (November 2013)
193 pages, eBook (provided by Author for review)
Book Rating: 3 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart

Mickey and Charlie are setting out in the roaring twenties to perform a string of bank robberies across the state of Oklahoma . . . but with a little twist, taking the banker's wife captive in her own home and using her for their pleasure before robbing the bank the next morning with the banker's grudging assistance. I liked the idea of this story, and found it interesting to follow the planning and progress of their crime spree, but there were too many long, drawn out torture scenes in it for my taste. Seemed every time you turned around, someone else was facing unpleasantness in graphic detail, but at least they were equal opportunity, both men and women suffered at the hands of these gangsters. This includes some boss/employee and cop/civilian abuse of authority scenes. Very well-written and I felt this story did a good job of making you feel like you were there in the gangster life. Definitely not for the faint of heart.

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