Swag (novel)

Swag (novel)

"Swag" is a crime novel by Elmore Leonard, first published as a paperback in 1976 and since also released as a large print hardcover and as an audio recording. Some paperback editions, including the first American edition, were published under the alternative title of "Ryan's Rules" (which is also the name of a 1996 Mills & Boon romance novel by Alison Kelly).

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* [http://www.brothersjudd.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/reviews.detail/book_id/52 Review of "Swag"]


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