They Win. You Lose.
by Stan Arnold
Publisher: Smashwords 2011
Number of pages: 206
This is the first book of The Implosion Trilogy - stories about Mick and Jim, two incompetent Soho-based video producers who drink too much, don't earn enough and get too many death threats. In They Win You Lose, Mick and Jim are on the run from Vlad and Vic, enforcers for international crime boss and Ealing comedy lover, Charlie Sumkins...
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