Gold and Salvation Gordon Miller Author
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GOLD AND SALVATION is a 63,332-word noirish crime novel. It's a tale of murder, love and greed in the border cities of Windsor and Detroit, then down through the States in a 1940 Ford coupe all the way to Juarez, Mexico. The year is 1952 and it's tough finding an honest job with all the boys back from the war. But Jimmy Delaney figures he's stepped out on Easy Street. He's stolen $60,000 in gold bars-the score of a lifetime. Now all he has to do is haul ass down to Mexico and lay on the beach with Clover Spence: a Mètis woman and the love of his life. Clover is a smart P.I. who's been following the straight and narrow-until she meets Jimmy. What he's done to deserve a dame as fine as Clover he cannot imagine, especially when Easy Street turns into Mean Street. Jimmy's partner is murdered, mobsters want his gold, and the odds of a happy ending start looking mighty slim.


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