The Club 

A Novel by Cornelius Moore

Storyline: The Club for Westchester Men is exclusive—only for the most elite. Employees are hired for their discretion and their contacts. Whether it be drugs or women. But one member has a more unusual request. Club-goer Edwyn asks employee Jabari Douglas Jr. to break into another member’s house for him. Brett has become exceedingly wealthy from his father-in-law’s death. There could be millions of dollars hidden away in his house. While her husband is planning to rob Brett, Edwyn’s wife, Katherine, is going to a club of her own. While it may have some of the same members, this club is much seedier: a ring of high-class call girls. In order to exact revenge on a man who has wronged her, Katherine has gone undercover. Now, as the robbery grows closer and Katherine’s secret life get more and more dangerous, both husband and wife find themselves in over their heads.

This was a very quick read. The writing was a little bit different than I was used to at first but the more you read it the more you get used to the writing style. the description of this book sounded so good to me! But I think it just fell just a bit short of what I was expecting.. this book had a lot of sexual vulgarity – not a lot of sex per se, but in my opinion a lot of unnecessary vulgar terms were used – Which isn’t personally something I enjoy, but that’s not to say someone else wouldn’t love it!! But that aside. This book was honestly quite mysterious and interesting. The characters were good, I didn’t mind any of the characters. The storyline was actually really good, and the ending was a shocking kind of cliffhanger! I didn’t really expect it to end like that! 

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