Lucky Supreme by Jeff Johnson audiobook

Lucky Supreme: A Novel of Many Crimes

By Jeff Johnson
Read by Keith Szarabajka

Blackstone Publishing 9781628727579

The Darby Holland Series: Book 1

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The night world of Old Town, Portland, Oregon, has gone mad in the grip of gentrification, and at the center of it all is Lucky Supreme, a seedy tattoo parlor, whose proprietor is a street-bred artist with a unique approach to problem solving. Darby Holland has enough on his radar, but when some flash (tattoo artwork) stolen from him resurfaces in California, he can’t help himself. His efforts to reclaim it set him on a dangerous path, dragging along his delightfully eccentric colleagues, including the brains behind his brawn, Delia, a twiggy vinyl-clad punk genius secretly from the other side of the tracks. No one knows why the art signed “Roland Norton, Panama, 1955” is worth anything or how it came to hang on the walls of a tattoo shop in Portland. Only the deranged former owner can say—and he’s not talking. Before the wrecking balls swing through Old Town in the name of “progress,” Darby must settle old scores and face new demons to save his reputation, his shop, and his sanity. When cash, lies, crime, and history collide, Darby will need his ramshackle skill set, his wits, and a lot of luck to rise to the top of a human food chain, or be eaten alive. Lucky Supreme is an intuitive thrill ride from start to finish in the spirit of Elmore Leonard and Dennis Lehane. It is the first of a trilogy featuring Darby Holland, Delia, and the other unforgettable nocturnal residents of Old Town.

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Summary

The night world of Old Town, Portland, Oregon, has gone mad in the grip of gentrification, and at the center of it all is Lucky Supreme, a seedy tattoo parlor, whose proprietor is a street-bred artist with a unique approach to problem solving. Darby Holland has enough on his radar, but when some flash (tattoo artwork) stolen from him resurfaces in California, he can’t help himself. His efforts to reclaim it set him on a dangerous path, dragging along his delightfully eccentric colleagues, including the brains behind his brawn, Delia, a twiggy vinyl-clad punk genius secretly from the other side of the tracks.

No one knows why the art signed “Roland Norton, Panama, 1955” is worth anything or how it came to hang on the walls of a tattoo shop in Portland. Only the deranged former owner can say—and he’s not talking. Before the wrecking balls swing through Old Town in the name of “progress,” Darby must settle old scores and face new demons to save his reputation, his shop, and his sanity. When cash, lies, crime, and history collide, Darby will need his ramshackle skill set, his wits, and a lot of luck to rise to the top of a human food chain, or be eaten alive.

Lucky Supreme is an intuitive thrill ride from start to finish in the spirit of Elmore Leonard and Dennis Lehane. It is the first of a trilogy featuring Darby Holland, Delia, and the other unforgettable nocturnal residents of Old Town.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“What wonderful Northwest noir. Lucky Supreme cruises through Portland’s underworld with a raunchy grace and an unfailing sense of black humor. I loved it.” T. Jefferson Parker, New York Times bestselling author
“The bastard lovechild of Charles Bukowski and Raymond Chandler, Lucky Supreme is a novel so good you’ll want to ink it into your skin.” Craig Johnson, New York Times bestselling author
“As hip and cool as the neon rain-slicked streets of Portland…A funny and very gritty book with cool folks, cool music, and wonderful sense of place.” Ace Atkins, New York Times bestselling author
“A highly original caper novel…The inventive, unorthodox Darby effectively marshals his forces against thugs, officials, and even federal agents in this amusing crime tale.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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Author Bio: Jeff Johnson

Author Bio: Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson burst onto the literary scene in 2009 with his critically lauded memoir Tattoo Machine: Tall Tales, True Stories, and My Life in Ink filled with stories from his thirty-year career as a tattoo artist in the Pacific Northwest. Johnson is now a full-time writer, artist, and film maker. He is the author of a modern twist on a werewolf tale, Everything under the Moon; the Darby Holland crime series novels, Lucky Supreme and A Long Crazy Burn; the Philadelphia noir Deadbomb Bingo Ray, and the offbeat Knottspeed, A Love Story.

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 7.74
Audience: Adult
Language: English