A Man Walks into a Bank : Lucky Stevens
Can the last novel you read tick these boxes?
- Annotated for your pleasure
- It was the literary equivalent of a well-prepared steak—or celery, if you’re vegan
- It was written by a humble man whose only goal in life is to bring joy to others
A Man Walks into a Bank offers all of these things, plus a lifetime of ecstatic joy and happiness. Guaranteed.*
Ellis Coldwater is a pretty easy-going bank robber. Wendy Larkin is a pretty woman—a little shy, a little nervous, and a little married. What happens when these two get together “on the job?” Whose recipe for living life will lead to the most happiness, the most laughter, and the least amount of jail time?
Our tale jumps in from page one as this novel adroitly rolls up its sleeve to expose the funny bone of crime, love, right, wrong, the pursuit of money, happiness, the vagaries of humanity that gives life meaning, and the dicey world of run-on sentences that somehow make perfect sense in the end.
If you enjoy Donald Westlake and/or P.G. Wodehouse, you will love A Man Walks into a Bank. If you enjoy their writing, even better.
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“With colorful characters and a completely unpredictable plot, Stevens’ tale draws you in, immersing you with clever twists and turns, and keeping you entertained all the way through with witty dialogue and some truly laugh-out-loud scenes”–Readers’ Favorite
*This is not guaranteed