Harry Rawlins had been masterminding raids and robberies for almost twenty years. The hijack of a security van in the Strand Underpass would bring the gang thousands - but the job went disastrously and fatally wrong.
Harry always said that if anything ever happened to him Dolly would be all right: Joe and Terry would take over, the team would look after everyone. But when Harry got blown to bits, trapped in a blazing van, Joe and Terry went with him.
Dolly had three options. She could give up, and hand over Harry's ledgers to the police. She could hand them over to a bunch of thugs. Or she - and the other widows - could take the business over . . . and survive.
- 304 pages
- Sphere; paperback / softback edition (4 Sept. 2008)
- 11.9 x 2 x 17.7 cm