The New York Times bestselling author of Cane and Abe delivers a wild, suspenseful story inspired by actual events
Every week, a hundred million dollars in cash arrive at Miami International Airport, shipped by German banks to the Federal Reserve. A select group of trusted workers moves the bags through customs and loads them into armored cars.
Ruban Betancourt has always played by the rules. But when the bank takes his house and his restaurant business goes bust, he is driven over the edge. He comes up with a scheme. With the help of an airport insider, his cokehead brother-in-law, Jeffrey, and two ex-cons, Ruban surprises the guards transferring the money to the armored cars and speeds off with $7.4 million in the bed of a pickup truck.
Investigating the heist, FBI agent Andie Henning knows that the best way to catch the thieves is to follow the money. But Henning isn't the only one on their trail, and in mob-meets-Miami fashion, these accidental thieves suddenly find themselves in way over their heads and sinking fast.