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Ghostman I Make Things Disappear It S What I Do This Time I M Tidying Up The Loose Ends After A Casino Heist Gone Bad The Loose Ends Being A Million Cash But I Only Have Hours, And There S A Guy Out There Who Wants My Head In A BagHe Ll Have To Find Me First They Don T Call Me The Ghostman For Nothing



10 thoughts on “Ghostman

  1. says:

    The main character from Ghostman makes some toast I went into the kitchen and put two pieces of sliced sourdough bread into the toaster You can use any type of bread to make toast, but I prefer sourdough Other professional toast makers use whole grain or even raisin bread, but I like the taste and consistency of sourdough when toasted properly Only a fool or an amateur would use white Wonder Bre


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    The Trouble with ThrillersWhen you wander through your local bookstore, or a drugstore or Wal Mart, you ll probably pass by a rack of paperback books with lurid covers that are usually labeled as thrillers Pick up one of these books, and what are you likely to find A superhero cop, spy, or private investigator one who combines the strength of an Olympic gold medalist with an IQ of 165 and the abilit


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    I was doing a nickel bit in the hoosegow under glass because of a loose jawed stoolie who d snitched to the bulls That line wasn t penned by Roger Hobbs Actually, it probably doesn t even make sense, but I ve always operated under the notion that if I can t be a hardboiled criminal, at least I can try to coopt their lingo So, if for that reason alone, reading Ghostman was a worthwhile endeavor especiall


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    Ghostman is a very good debut novel told from the first person POV of the Ghostman, whose real name no one really knows, though some refer to him as Jack He s a master criminal who lives way, way off the grid and specializes in disappearing He only emerges when a job especially interests him Five years earlier, Jack was part of a crew that attempted to pull off a huge heist in Kuala Lumpur that was organiz


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    The Ghost Man by Roger HobbsWell let s clear two interesting facts, one this is a debut author, second he finished this book when he was still at college in his early twenties.When a casino robbery in Atlantic City goes horribly awry, the man who orchestrated it is obliged to call in a favour from someone who s sometimes called Jack While it s doubtful anyone knows his actual name or anything at all about his t


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    I wish I read Ghostman on a plane I have a set of plane reading rules.1 Nothing too intense.2 Nothing that makes me think too much.3 Something that would make a good movie is ideal.Since I hate planes and wasn t going anywhere, however, I read Ghostman over a long weekend I only picked up the book because of the online hype filtered through the NY Times and Barnes and Noble sites Now, my expectations were high, and


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    I decided to read this after seeing this Goodreads interview with the author I do not regret the decision I read the entire novel over a weekend.The story is fairly straightforward, told from the first person point of view of Ghostman, while he is working a job to settle an old debt Simultaneously, there are flashbacks to the bank heist that put him in that debt in the first place The mystery of Ghostman including his


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    Pretty good thriller The concept is a good one Every now and then a book or movie for that matter that s a relatively new idea, and here we have a Ghostman A Ghostman vanishes people and thingsincluding him or herself apparently Ghostman is generic as he was trained by a woman and she is also called a Ghostman during the book s story Anyway our Ghostman can only be contacted by you if he or she has made that possible.Can y


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    Jack is a Ghostman, a criminal hired by other criminals to fool people and clean up messes A fixer,a cleaner, a man who gets things done He lives completely off the grid No one knows his real name He lives for the action and the thrill He is a master of disguises and nuances In Atlantic City, a heist is about to go down Two criminals are going to steal 1,200,000 in freshly minted bills from an ard car delivery to a casino The


  10. says:

    This was fun, if a bit over the top The Ghostman is a man with no name which is apparently a sought after talent in the criminal underworld He can change identities take care of issues, all part of the job description Everyone has a specific job talent in his world There are drivers, jobbers, others Rather neat it gives us some fun characters, including plenty of bad guys to go around There s even one person who is good, a rarity.


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About the Author: Roger Hobbs

Roger Hobbs was the author of Ghostman and Vanishing Games. Hobbs graduated in 2011 from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, where he studied ancient languages, film noir, and literary theory He wrote Ghostman during his senior year Also in 2011, he sold the adaption rights to his crime fiction Ghostman to Warner Brothers In 2014, Hobbs was nominated for the Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author Hobbs died of a drug overdose at the age of 28.


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