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Publisher's Summary

When ex-con Craig Collins began his new job mowing lawns, he was ready to leave his former life where it belonged - in the past. But everything changes when Craig suddenly loses one of his contracts after staring a little too hard at the aging trophy wife of his pizzeria mogul client, Big Gino Pasarelli.
Soon, Craig begins to hatch a plan for revenge - along with his transgender sort-of-girlfriend, Juana. Since Big Gino seems to enjoy cheating on his wife, Craig and Juana decide to blackmail him with a sex tape. Their plan goes horribly wrong, and Craig finds himself in deeper and deeper trouble. It might be up to Big Gino's wife, Sheila, to bail him out, but can she be trusted?
The Lawn Job is as suspenseful as it is entertaining, a true thriller written with heart and humor.
©2017 John Charles Caruso (P)2018 John Charles Caruso
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3 out of 5 stars
By Reeca Elliott on 06-22-18

Different

This was a little different read than I am used to. And I can just about read anything. The story was unique and interesting but the characters were a little disconnected. I did not like any of them much. There is a lot of crude language which seemed to be more for shock value. I did enjoy the book. Just stilted and rough around the edges.

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