Irony, that's what it was. Pure irony. That's the thing that makes this whole story so strange, so tragic, the way it started out as just another easy score. A late-model Honda Accord parked with the key in it-what an easy score that is. If small time car thief Bobby had only known what was hidden in that car, or who it belonged to, or the chain reaction of violence and mayhem stealing it would unlease, he would have walked right on by. Unfortunately for him and for those in his circle, he did not know
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT GARY J. YAMBOR AND AN EASY SCORE "A gritty tale of drugs, gangs and life on the south side of Chicago, with a streetwise vibe that will keep the reader hooked right up to the end."- Nick Sweet, author of Flowers At Midnight.
". . . a tale of struggle, conflict and danger amidst an array of varied, well drawn characters, . . . definitely worth your time! Yambor is certainly a contender in the hardboiled division."-Frank Zafiro, author of Waist Deep and Blood on Blood. " . . . heisting a parked car, one with the key in full view . . . sets off a chain of events confirming that there is never an easy score."-JD Webb, Author of Moon Over Chicago.
"This simple but powerful device [using first person for main character, third person for others] brings greater depth to the story and allows for more than one perspective, giving it the Rashomon effect."-Dominic Kennedy, Kalkion.com Fierce storytelling with the swagger and style of a jailhouse tattoo."-Marc Lecard, Author of Vinnie's Head and Tiny Little Troubles.