Just For Today

Just For Today

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Jimmy Lee Snow, A.K.A. Bobby Williams, is not just your average bank robber and jewelry thief; he is also a highly skilled and somewhat lucky escape artist. As he narrowly frees himself from a maximum-security institution, for a second time, he meets some interesting characters along the way that advertently or inadvertently aid in his freedom. Once on the run, he certainly breaks the law to acquire cash, a car and a new identity. Because he's oddly likable and not really violent, you seem to root for this lawbreaker, despite the fact you know he deserves to be caught and put back into the system. As you read further, you know Jimmy Lee isn't your typical criminal. One of the many characters he encounters along the way is a hooker. Yet the only thing he wants from her is a new identity. This would normally be quite odd coming from a guy who just left prison after ten years! He then picks up two runaways and convinces them to go back home, where he even funds the bus ride. This begins to show Jimmy Lee's odd sense of integrity. (By the way, we soon find out why he was qsaving himself.q) Part two begins with his true passion; Veronica Lin Brooks, a teacher and soon-to-be partner on the run. the back story is interesting and seemingly unbelievable at times, but the reader can certainly see her attraction to this likable escapee. As the adventure unfolds you find yourself wanting to lecture her and root for them, all at the same time. As the FBI and detectives search for them, you can feel all their desperation and exhaustion. It finally concludes with an unexpected ending, but stranger things have happened.Perhaps someone would recall seeing Snow and Brooks, if they told the story to the public. With his bossa#39; ... The old woman claimed to have sold Snow and Brooksa€”a€œNo mistake about it, a€ she saida€”a Chevy camper, three days before Christmas. When the officer ... not cold), Lambroski issued a nationwide BOLO for Robert Williams, and entered the campera#39;s VIN and tag numbers into the NCIC computer.

Title:Just For Today
Author: Frankie Lee Bass
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2014-04

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