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Publisher's Summary

Lee Baylor runs a failing garage in a dying southern Virginia town and when old friend - but present-day con - Randy Watson shows up with a plan to make some quick cash, Lee's got to take it.
Randy's idea? Steal a one-of-a-kind, vintage Harley from millionaire movie star Jason Ford, who likes to act the hotshot biker at the annual Sweetwater motorcycle rally with his knockout starlet girlfriend Becky Winters.
The only hitch is that Jason's got money problems of his own, and when hillbilly gangster Baby Boy gets involved, there's going to be hell to pay when they all try stealing Sweetwater.
©2015 Matthew Iden (P)2015 Matthew Iden
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5 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 01-24-17

Outlandish and fun suspense thriller

The publisher's summary tells plenty about the story, but it does not do justice to the humor mixed in with the suspense. Stealing Sweetwater is a fun listen. Narration is superb.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Brent on 09-25-17

Kinda cheesy

I write very few reviews but I felt like I needed to add my $.02 to this one.
This is a good book if you just want a relaxing story that doesn't have a lot of depth to the characters or storyline. It's well written and easy to follow but the story is, like my title says...cheesy.
The ending felt rushed. Almost as if the author got bored of writing the story and slapped together a few ideas. Almost gave it a whimsical Disney romance ending.
That's just the way I see it. No offense to the author. I'm not a writer and I appreciate people that do write.
Perhaps I'll read (or listen) to a few other books by Mathew Iden. Just to get a more rounded take.

Recommend book? Yes

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