Dead Pawn

Dead Pawn Bob Wince an Albuquerque building contractor is sentenced to the New Mexico State Penitentiary for a crime he didn t commit He is mysteriously granted an early release and declares he is fed up with

  • Title: Dead Pawn
  • Author: Richard E. Peck
  • ISBN: 9780826332639
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bob Wince, an Albuquerque building contractor, is sentenced to the New Mexico State Penitentiary for a crime he didn t commit He is mysteriously granted an early release and declares he is fed up with accidents, or fate, running his life Associating himself with the minor crooks and major scammers who gather at his father s restaurant, Dimmie s Half Off , Wince vows toBob Wince, an Albuquerque building contractor, is sentenced to the New Mexico State Penitentiary for a crime he didn t commit He is mysteriously granted an early release and declares he is fed up with accidents, or fate, running his life Associating himself with the minor crooks and major scammers who gather at his father s restaurant, Dimmie s Half Off , Wince vows to re establish his life and exact revenge on those who set him up originally This means working the system, and, according to Richard Peck s Dead Pawn, that s what New Mexico is all about From Albuquerque to Gallup, to the Navajo reservation and beyond, Peck introduces sleazy operators and hustlers in every line of work It s a rich cast of characters Anglos, Hispanics, Native Americans who populate New Mexico s tangled sub cultures The priciest antique turquoise jewellery could have been made last week in Mahmad Khalil s Gallup factory Maria Morales may be named Hispanic Businesswoman of the Year, but she s still Maria Losinsky, Hispanic only through a brief marriage to Ernie Morales will change the way you see New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment.

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