Richard Stark: Dirty Money (UK 2009)
From the Publisher:
Master thief Parker has unfinished business to conclude: Two million dollars are up for grabs but collecting them means returning to the scene of a heist turned sour. Just a week ago, Parker and his gang made off with the contents of a country bank, stirring up a hornet's nest of law-enforcement. Trapped on foot and much too near the crime scene, Parker was forced to stash the loot in the choir loft of an abandoned country church. Regardless of the still-present roadblocks and wanted posters, Parker knows he needs to recover the spoils before his murderous ex-confederates do. Of course, the cops are looking for the money, too. As are some New York thugs who've sniffed out what Parker is up to. And there's a resourceful female bounty hunter after a cut too. Remorseless as ever, Parker will do whatever it takes to redeem his prize, no matter who gets hurt in the process - his new getaway van may have 'Holy Redeemer Choir' emblazoned on its doors, but Parker's no choirboy...
Richard Stark: Dirty Money. A Parker Novel. Quercus; ISBN: 9781847247117 (January, 2009), 244 p., £16.99.