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Thirty years ago, Ellen Mosley vanished into the criminal underworld with $500,000 of the Mob’s money, leaving behind her husband and young children. With his father near death, Judge Whit Mosley launches a search for his mother and finds her framed for murder and in trouble for stealing money from crime lords again – this time millions of dollars. He has one impossible chance to save Ellen – now known as Eve: take her on the run, outsmart a gang of sophisticated killers, and find the missing millions. Caught in a nightmare of double crosses and vicious schemers, Whit turns his back on law and order for the one person he most wants to trust but knows the least – a dangerous woman who may be plotting the cruellest deception of all.

Reviews

The hottest new writer on the the American crime writing block, Jeff Abbott, slams you back in your chair and hits the throttle from chapter one, leaving you a helpless passenger on a ride that screams around hairpin turns, leaving burning rubber on the
Peterborough Evening Telegraph
Cut and Run made my pulse race and my heart ache. It's a breathtaking, action-packed thriller with brains, guts, and real emotion. Jeff Abbott is the suspense writer to watch.
Harlan Coben
...seductive...relentless...each page offers up the kind of brutal action and blunt dialogue that should gratify Abbott's fans.
Publishers Weekly
Cut and Run is first class - a little diamond. If crime novels were music, this would be Jerry Lee Lewis, and there's no higher accolade in my opinion.
Independent on Sunday