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Repossession is 9/10ths of the Law

Repossession is ths of the Law Alan Baxter barely scrapes by working as a deejay in suburban Detroit To make ends meet he takes a job as an automobile repossession agent and discovers his very first assignment is a car owned by h

  • Title: Repossession is 9/10ths of the Law
  • Author: HankEdwards
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  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alan Baxter barely scrapes by working as a deejay in suburban Detroit To make ends meet, he takes a job as an automobile repossession agent, and discovers his very first assignment is a car owned by his drug dealer ex boyfriend On top of that, a body is discovered in the trunk by a cop Soon Alan s life is completely upturned as he is pulled into a mystery involving Alan Baxter barely scrapes by working as a deejay in suburban Detroit To make ends meet, he takes a job as an automobile repossession agent, and discovers his very first assignment is a car owned by his drug dealer ex boyfriend On top of that, a body is discovered in the trunk by a cop Soon Alan s life is completely upturned as he is pulled into a mystery involving bodies, a highly lethal new street drug, a mysterious man with a top hat and cane, raging dwarves, a house fire, a cranky police detective, and his even crankier cat

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    1. What can I say about Repossession is 9/10ths of the Law? I love finding little gems like this. Not only is it a mystery, but it’s a comedic one at that, a fun romp with an “anything that could go wrong did" plot, because when it came to repossessing cars, Alan Baxter made Murphy’s Law look like it was written just for him.I didn’t think it’d be possible for each repossession to be funnier than the one before, but the final one had me in stitches! Every time Alan’s friend Gus said he [...]

    2. I'm fairly certain that if I were Alan, by the time I'd finished getting soaking wet in the rain, ruining new shoes and a new sweater, running into my ex-lover the drug dealer while repossessing his car, hitting a pothole and having to change the tire, finding a dead body in the trunk, and having a cop stop to help only to then find myself with a gun in my face and spread eagled on the wet concrete…well, I might have just curled into the fetal position and cried. So begins Hank Edwards's newes [...]

    3. In Repossession is 9/10th’s of the Law by Hank Edwards, protagonist Alan Baxter is a dee-jay at a popular gay night club in Detroit, and barely getting by financially (his former money-manager ran off with money left to Alan by a boyfriend who died of AIDS) when offered a part-time job repossessing cars with good friend and hilarious drag queen, Gus. The first repo job happens to be the car of Alan’s ex-boyfriend and druggie, Jason. Things quickly turn south when Alan is stopped for speeding [...]

    4. This was so much fun! Alan is having a run of bad luck - although not as bad as all those people who keep turning up dead in his vicinity! He needs to earn some money to cover his bills so he's taken a job as a car repossession agent, working for his best friend's uncle. His first assignment goes very badly wrong and things go steadily downhill from there. There's a great cast of characters in this story and I particularly couldn't help falling in love with Everly, Alan's dad, who is quite possi [...]

    5. So funny - loved this book, literally laughed out loud! The characters are excellent & very well developed. The story was long, but it didn't really drag. I felt bad for Alan, he was such a sweetheart hopefully something will work out for him with Tim.The supporting characters were great, all very well written. I would definitely recommend this book for a fun and easy read.

    6. Alan is trying to stay clean after losing a boyfriend to AIDs, the money he was left to an unscrupulous money manager(what he and an ex didn’t blow through on drugs) and going to rehab after kicking out his drug dealing using boyfriend. He is a disc jockey at a gay nightclub that is a bit on the shady side. The owner is a bit perverted and turns a blind eye to drug dealing and stuff as long as he brings in the bucks. Alan’s already crazy life gets a little crazier when he takes on a repo job [...]

    7. ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****4.25 Stars What a wacky, vibrant cast of characters in an unbelievable tale of bad luck! Repossession is 9/10ths of the Law was lots of fun. The mystery kept me guessing and I felt so bad for poor Alan and his troubles.Though I kept expecting a romantic aspect to the story, there really wasn’t one at all. Alan does express his feelings for his ex-boyfriend and those for the bartender, but nothing happens and no real connections are made. However, it is [...]

    8. I really enjoy when I find a new author that I can definitely go back to for more, and Hand Edwards didn't disappoint me in Reposession is 9/10th of the Law.The characters were highly believable, down to earth, contemporary folks we can all relate to, who find themselves in a situation we could relate to - not outlandish, and the way Mr. Edwards wrote it quite funny - I found myself laughing out loud at several points in the book.I actually think a sequel could be made out of Al and Tim's buddin [...]

    9. This is not a romance but I enjoyed it anyway--Gus, Sabrina and Alan had some laugh out loud moments. Recommend!

    10. This title kind of tickled my fancy and since it appeared to be a first book in a mystery series, I thought why not? I like mystery stories, especially if I can get them in the beginning when the characters are being fleshed out and defined. Also, this story takes place in and around Detroit, Michigan. Someplace I am somewhat familiar with so I thought it would aid in putting me into the story. Did it help? Not really. Though some of the towns and streets rang a bell, some of the actual location [...]

    11. Reviewer: YvonneGenre: M/M Mystery4 HeartsSee Review Here: Hearts On Fire ReviewsFacebook link: facebook/pages/HeartsReview:The characters and their relationship with each other stands out in this murder mystery. Alan Baxter is an ex addict who’s recently lost his fortune to a crooked accountant and is barely making ends meet as a Detroit DJ. He’s got expenses he can’t cover and bad luck in the romance department.His friend Gus, who’s a drag queen at the club where Alan works, offers him [...]

    12. 4 star review by ColetteAlan has taken to repossessing cars to help make ends meet, unfortunately for him, he is horrible at it. His first attempt at it gets him involved with crazy drug dealers, a deadly new street drug, murder and mayhem.Alan Baxter is having a rough night, he is soaked, he had a sad uncomfortable run-in with his ex, he has a flat tire, oh and yeah the cops found a dead body in his trunk. In fact things haven’t been going so well for Alan lately: his job as a deejay at a gay [...]

    13. Reviewed on Hearts on Fire The characters and their relationship with each other stands out in this murder mystery. Alan Baxter is an ex addict who’s recently lost his fortune to a crooked accountant and is barely making ends meet as a Detroit DJ. He’s got expenses he can’t cover and bad luck in the romance department.His friend Gus, who’s a drag queen at the club where Alan works, offers him a moonlighting gig. Things start to go wrong when Alan discovers that the vehicle he’s reposse [...]

    14. 3.5*A black comedy of the trouble one man can get into without trying!Al, a DJ, tries to earn more money by joinng a repo firm - and so starts a series of unfortunate events - amusing because it isn't happening to you!I loved Everly, what a great character description of a Dad!Sabrina and Gus were good side kicks and foils to Al, though all three may be dangerous if they ever got a common idea! There was a few red herrings on the way to identifying the real culprit, including one that could be a [...]

    15. This book will intrigue you from the very beginning. You start out in a gay nightclub where our main character, Alan, works as a deejay. We meet his two besties (one of which whom also performs at the club as a drag queen) and then get to go on a repossession with him. Everything in Alan’s life starts to fall apart from there on.While this book has plenty of action it tends to get almost tedious and repetitive in the middle as you approach the end. I was satisfied with the ending and therefore [...]

    16. This book was hilariously wonderful. Alan, Gus and Sabrina are like a fun house Three Musketeers. As another reviewer says the secondary characters are terrific and some of the scenes can only be described as out loud belly laughing funny. There are bats, dog poo and squirrel funerals. I could go on and on. Again, just wonderful.

    17. I don't often give 1 star ratings because it seems soan. In this case the book really deserved it. Seriously. Even if you overlook the poorly executed first person narrative (which btw is almost impossible) the MC was just a totally unlikable asshole. And stupid.

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