As part of her campaign to become prison top dog, The Freak demonstrated her ruthless capabilities by cutting out the tongue of fellow inmate Juicy Lucy Sally-Anne Upton , earning her begrudging respect and fear from her fellow prisoners. They were laughing their heads off that this guy was dry-retching from watching a whole lot of strawberry being puked on to Kate.
Every time they cut, I'd have to walk away from it. Read more TV Guide stories on our page and connect with us on Facebook. Paula actress Denise Gough wants to play more unapologetic women. Why Bea had to die. When Sandler's wife offers James a tidy sum for the dirty details about what's going on at Synco, James and Skip resurrect their entrepreneurial dreams and go into the business of being spies. The spymobile—their beloved, rattletrap of a boxtruck—is on its last legs, and they'll have to spend a small fortune on spy equipment, but there's no business like spy business.
In this spy game, James and Skip may be the ones who get played—or worse. J ames Lessor, Skip Moore and their white box truck are back. James and Skip aren't seeking salvation; they're seeking the Almighty Dollar. After all, Cashdollar's prosperity gospel draws thousands of people with open minds—and open wallets. After some minor modifications to the truck, Less or Moore Catering is ready to roll, and the entrepreneurs are born again, intent on making a mint by selling meager meals to the hungry masses.
As James and Skip become entrenched in the Cashdollar culture, they start to realize that this good reverend is nothing but bad news. Cashdollar may preach about seeing the light, but his organization has a dark side of greed, power, curruption and murder. When James and Skip see something they shouldn't, their meals-on-wheels venture is about to become hell on wheels. The love of money may be the root of all evil, but the stuff dreams are made of could be James and Skip's worst nightmare.
As James and Skip seek the truth, they'll either need to keep the faith or run like the devil! C hasing the American Dream could leave you running for your life. Best friends James Lessor and Skip Moore are hardly on the fast track. While James works as a line cook at Cap'n Crab, Skip spends his days selling—rather attempting to sell—security systems to people who have no money and have nothing they care to protect. James and Skip aren't upwardly mobile, but they're about to get literally mobile when James spends a surprise inheritance on a white box truck.
An investment in the future, he surmises, as these two are starting a business. Moore and Lessor, or Lessor and Moore.
Have Truck Will Haul. But the fledgling business takes a shocking turn when James and Skip unload the contents of their first moving job and find some unexpected cargo—a bloody human finger. Forget that neither knows how to drive a truck and certainly not how to back one up. Skip's girlfriend, Emily good job, wealthy family, lives in high-rise gets them their first hauling job. Jackie Fuentes has tossed out her cheating husband and needs someone to haul off all of his stuff.
Accidentally, our heroes find an envelope leaking blood in the stuff. Inside is a finger with a class ring - their class! It belongs to Vic Maitlin, a guy who once saved Skip's life and is an old boyfriend of Emily's. Turns out his father is Rick Fuentes, aforesaid cheating husband. Vic is being held hostage. Everything goes downhill from there, with James and Skip right in the middle of it. I know all of this is silly and highly improbable, but that's why it's so much fun.
Just forget logic and have a good time with this one. After all, don't you have enough stress this month? I got this e-book free on amazon. Recommended for fun and stress relief Source: The reader is prepared for this humorous-to-hilarious book by the opening paragraph of Chapter 1: Quote Believe me, when James first suggested we start a hauling business, I would have said no way in hell if I'd known we'd be hauling a human body part. And then to be accused of kidnapping and murder?
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But I've only got myself to blame. I've known from the start that James Lessor could get into more trouble than any ten people.
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I just keep forgetting that he's always dragging me in with him. End Quote The narrator is Skip Moore. He and James Lessor, best friends since third grade, have a yin-yang relationship. James is a babe magnet - cute, sexy, bold.
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Skip is 24 going on 16 when it comes to relationships. I'm always afraid that they'll laugh while we're in bed. James hates his boring job as a cook at the Cap'n Crab but he's full of schemes for something to make them rich, fat and happy. Skip, who dreams small, drudges through his nondescript job trying to sell security systems in a low-rent neighborhood.
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Skip Moore and James Lessor, entrepreneurs. Moore and Lessor, or Lessor and Moore. Have truck, will haul. Em has just the job to get them started.
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She knows Jackie Fuentes, a wealthy woman whose cheating husband has moved in with his mistress. Jackie wants his belongings hauled away. James quotes her an extravagant fee for hauling the stuff to a storage shed, and the entrepreneurs are off and running, in a manner of speaking. The stuff they're hauling includes a month's worth of the husband's mail.
When Skip drops some of it, a large envelope pops open, revealing a severed finger. Worse, the finger wears a class ring from the same high school Skip and James attended. Even worse, the ring is dated the year they graduated. Obviously the finger belonged to somebody they knew, but who? The finger should be a tip off that the wronged wife isn't paranoid when she thinks her husband is involved with international terrorists. The budding entrepreneurs decide to deliver the husband's mail anyway. They bumble into a political conspiracy and get a taste of the dark side of real life.
One of the interesting side characters is Angel, a seemingly whacked-out Bahamian who hangs out at the Gas and Grocery and keeps up to date on what Skip and James are doing. He walks out of the shadows at times when they can really use an "angel. Maybe the adrenaline rush.
We can only guess. There's plenty to keep a reader entertained, and more than enough to carry on into a series. The title "Stuff to Die For" sounds like a heavy dose of terror and intrigue. In my opinion the book is an action adventure of two not quite grown-up young men 24 or so who fall, actually back into trouble.