If there is a moral to Tony Moda’s Take Money, it’s “get rich, or die trying” – a proverb in recent years made famous by 50 Cent. Take Money moves like a well-orchestrated composition. You have hit men, military-grade guns, couture fashion, beautiful women and tons of action. From Cleveland to Kentucky to Miami, Take Money has enough conflict to keep you flipping through the pages wondering what will be next. Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – Take Money by Tony Moda→
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Tony Moda, author of Take Money
The book is about honor and loyalty among five men who lived life on the opposite side of the law.
Asad and Ahmed Sparks are two unassuming assassins. They go around the country handling problems for a powerful friend. When the two stumble onto a score of a lifetime in Miami, their younger cousin, Fly Ty, introduces them to Ducci and Young Curtis, two brazen bank robbers who he grew up with.
Once the four men bonded, they started planning for the multi-million dollar heist in Miami. Fly Ty, who’s a major figure in his city’s illicit drug trade, has caught the attention of some shady and dangerous people. While his cousins and close friends prepare for the job in Miami, people in the city are plotting against him.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Take Money?