“We all read books through the lenses of our own lives. SWINDLER & SON: A HEIST MISADVENTURE has the elements I’d expect from a Ted Krever novel: impeccably researched with delicious word-play and biting social commentary. (Oh, the ending. THE ENDING!!!)
“It makes excellent use of the interview format while sustaining the action and elements of adventure, which I won’t reveal.
“Where I connected with the story was through the protagonist. Nicky is a guy I’d just love to be. Able to clock people’s needs and deliver on them. Mastering chess-like strategies to stay ahead and building them into full-proof systems. And then, when something happens to pull all those systems out from under your feet, having enough life-experience and quick observation skills to scramble for solutions.
“He dwells in his grief, insecurities and imperfections and gets the job done anyway. I would gladly live with these characters again in a sequel.” – Doug Shapiro on Amazon