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A Man Walks Into a Bank is a crime comedy-drama novel by Lucky Stevens. Ellis Coldwater is part of a five-man crew that plans to rob a bank. Led by a hardened criminal named Salty, the operation involves kidnapping the bank manager, George Larkin, and forcing him to open the vault by keeping his wife, Wendy, hostage. While the rest of the crew is busy robbing the bank, Ellis is tasked with babysitting Wendy. However, things don't go according to plan as betrayal ensues, proving the age-old adage "there is no honor amongst thieves" true. Meanwhile, Ellis and Wendy begin a passionate romance. But things get complicated when multiple attempts are made on Wendy's life. Now, Ellis must reluctantly undertake one last job to help Wendy cover the enormous loans George took out in her name.
Author Lucky Stevens' droll humor makes A Man Walks Into a Bank an absolute riot to read from start to finish. With colorful characters and a completely unpredictable plot, Stevens' tale draws you in, immersing you with clever twists and turns, and keeping you entertained all the way through with witty dialogue and some truly laugh-out-loud scenes. There is not a single dull moment in the entire book. Both the main protagonists, Ellis and Wendy, have vibrant personalities that pop out of the pages. Their relationship dynamic drives the plot forward, and every scene involving the two of them together is a joy to read. If you're itching for a hilarious crime-comedy novel, I suggest A Man Walks Into a Bank.