Crush by Phoef Sutton audiobook

Crush

By Phoef Sutton
Read by Peter Berkrot

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4.53 Hours 1
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Caleb Rush, a.k.a. Crush, is the toughest, coolest bodyguard/bouncer in Los Angeles, a man who lives strictly by his own moral code, which doesn't exactly hew to the standards of U.S. law. When Amelia Trask, the wild daughter of a scruples-free billionaire tycoon, comes to Crush for help, his quiet life roars into overdrive, and he has to use his wits, brawn, martial-arts training, and knowledge of the Russian Mafia to stay alive and clean up the mess that young Amelia has created. Crush is a rollicking ride through LA, full of action, suspense, memorable characters, and a sly wit.

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Caleb Rush, a.k.a. Crush, is the toughest, coolest bodyguard/bouncer in Los Angeles, a man who lives strictly by his own moral code, which doesn't exactly hew to the standards of U.S. law. When Amelia Trask, the wild daughter of a scruples-free billionaire tycoon, comes to Crush for help, his quiet life roars into overdrive, and he has to use his wits, brawn, martial-arts training, and knowledge of the Russian Mafia to stay alive and clean up the mess that young Amelia has created. Crush is a rollicking ride through LA, full of action, suspense, memorable characters, and a sly wit.

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This one could make it to the big screen, but don't wait for the movie. Buy the book. Kirkus Starred Review

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Author Bio: Phoef Sutton

Author Bio: Phoef Sutton

Pheof Sutton is the pen name of Robert Christopher Sutton, an American television writer and producer. A 1981 graduate of James Madison University , Sutton began his career writing scripts for Newhart. He later became executive producer of and a writer for Cheers. He collaborated with Bob Newhart again on the 1992 television series Bob and worked as a creative consultant on ’90s televison series Almost Perfect and NewsRadio. His film credits include Mrs. Winterbourne and The Fan, both released in 1996. In 1999 Sutton published the novel Always Six O’Clock.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Humor
Runtime: 4.53
Audience: Adult
Language: English