The Pawnbroker

The Pawnbroker

David Thurlo Aimée Thurlo / Jul 17, 2019

The Pawnbroker Charlie Henry is the proud new owner of a pawnshop having recently returned Stateside from special ops work in Iraq The transition back to normal life seems to be going smoothly for him and his Army

  • Title: The Pawnbroker
  • Author: David Thurlo Aimée Thurlo
  • ISBN: 9781628990133
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Charlie Henry is the proud new owner of a pawnshop, having recently returned Stateside from special ops work in Iraq The transition back to normal life seems to be going smoothly for him and his Army buddy and co owner of the shop, Gordon Sweeney That is until Gina, Charlie s childhood friend, gets shot in a transaction for information from the previous owner of the shopCharlie Henry is the proud new owner of a pawnshop, having recently returned Stateside from special ops work in Iraq The transition back to normal life seems to be going smoothly for him and his Army buddy and co owner of the shop, Gordon Sweeney That is until Gina, Charlie s childhood friend, gets shot in a transaction for information from the previous owner of the shop Gordon rushes to help Gina as she bleeds on the sidewalk, while Charlie roars off on a chase to catch the shooter.

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      • David Thurlo Aimée Thurlo

        David Thurlo, is co author of the Ella Clah series, the Lee Nez series of Navajo vampire mysteries, and the Sister Agatha novels His other works, co written with his wife Aim e, include Plant Them Deep, a novel featuring Rose Destea, the mother of Ella Clah, and The Spirit Line, a young adult novel David was raised on the Navajo Reservation and taught school there until his recent retirement He left Shiprock briefly to complete his education at the University of New Mexico.He lives in Corrales, New Mexico, and often makes appearances at area bookstores.David and Aim e Thurlo were married for forty three years Aim e, born in Havana, Cuba, died in February 2014 The Thurlos novels, translated into many different languages, are available around the world.


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    1. Charlie and Gordon are special operations veterans of the War on Terror who buy a pawn shop in Albuquerue, New Mexico. While trying to procure the combination to an old safe in the shop, a lawyer friend is shot. The pair sets out to find the shooters and quickly run afoul of two gangs as the web of crime spreads.


    2. Before starting "The Pawnbroker", I had heard of the husband and wife author duo, David & Aimee Thurlo, but I had never read any of their mysteries set among Native American culture in the Southwest. I wanted to read this novel because I knew the Thurlos are highly acclaimed writers with a string of best sellers and I wanted to get in on the ground floor of a new series. In a nutshell, I was really disappointed and I certainly will not continue with the series. The plot, in my opinion, was v [...]


    3. A nice change of pace for the Thurlos, and a great start to a new series. This is a much more "guy-oriented" story; a bit hard-boiled, with lots of action including car chases, fisticuffs and shootouts. The two main characters are extremely appealing, and their wise-cracking chemistry seems straight out of an eighties buddy-cop movie. The story is complex, entertaining and fast-moving. Also nice to see urban Albuquerque portrayed realistically. Looking forward to the next adventure of Charlie &a [...]


    4. I don't think I read anywhere that this was just David Thurlo writing it, since it has her name on it also, but it seemed more like a book a man would write. I still enjoyed it. In the past, my hubbie & I both read the Thurlo books (Ella Claw), but since Aimee has passed away it will be interesting to see what David does.


    5. I love this duo's Ellah Clah series, but this book, about two veterans who own and operate a pawn shop, is not up to their usual quality. I read it, I would get another one out of the library, but I wouldn't actually seek it out


    6. Lots of action but oh so boring. All the stereotypes and macho hero ex military action. I almost didn't finish it but it didn't really take very long. Simply did not impress me.


    7. Characters I’ve not seen in their books before. Set in Albuquerque, NM using Navajo ex-special forces and his partner who now own a pawn shop. Not their best stuff. I miss sister Agatha.



    8. Charlie Henry, a Navajo, and his partner, Gordon Sweeney, have returned to Albuquerque after mustering out of the Army, where they did special-ops work in Iraq. They decide to purchase a pawnshop in downtown Albuquerque as their next adventure. The acquisition doesn’t go smoothly, however – the former owner, a man of questionable morals, has run the business into the ground, upending the business records and possibly stealing a lot of cash from the shop. Charlie’s childhood friend Gina, no [...]


    9. Charlie and Gordo are two Afghan War vets returning to civilian life, but as it turns out, parts of Albuquerque aren't that much safer than Kabul. When their friend and attorney is gravely injured in a drive-by targeting someone else, the two are obliged by honor to find and wreak vengeance on the shooters. The Pawnbrokers opens with the drive-by and is loaded with fist fights and shoot-outs; Charlie and Gordon's roles in these affairs is gamely tolerated by the ABQ PD, in part because one of th [...]


    10. This is a great book. The cover says mystery but I feel it is more of a thriller. The main characters are Charlie Henry and Gordon Sweeney who have recently purchased a pawn shop. They are friends from their time in special op missions in Afghanistan. A friend gets shot during a favor for them so the guys get involved in finding the shooter. It turns out to involve gangs and a woman running from an abusive husband. It was a real page turner. Hope the authors write another book featuring these ma [...]


    11. Navajo Charlie Henry has been honored with a parade by his tribe for his service in the Middle East. He has now returned to Albuquerque to take over a pawn shop with his partner Gordon Sweeney. The shop seems a good investment until Charlie’s lawyer friend Gina is shot in an apparently simple negotiation for information about the business. Fast-paced with interesting characters and an unpredictable plot.


    12. I quite enjoyed this new book from the Thurlos, although maybe not quite as much as their Ella Clah series. This has interesting, believable characters; some, but not over-the-top suspense and violence, and a decent storyline that kept me reading. This isn't great literature, but it provides an engaging story that is well written and with a satisfying ending something I can't say for a lot of current books these days.


    13. This is for pages. 304 pages. When Charlie leaves the army he hopes that he will have a normal life. He buys a pawnshop but in a business deal with the shop's former owner, both the owner and his friend are shot at. The owner dies. This book is the story of Charlie's journey as he tries to find out who shot his friend and the shop owner.


    14. I enjoyed this book, going back to read the first in the series, having started with the second. It fills in the characters a bit more, as well as sets up the story lines. Don't know how I would have rated it if I had read it as a stand alone.


    15. A couple of comrades have left the military after extensive comb at service, and now try to settle into quiet civilian life. But when they buy a pawnshop, they get embroiled into a nasty situation which results in several deaths and a child kidknapping.This was suspensefull all the way through.


    16. This is a quick read. I enjoyed it and kept thinking of it as an episode of Law and Order or NCIS or something along those lines. It wasn't incredibly predictable either which is a relief in a short mystery novel.


    17. Author should keep the details consistant. Charlie has his weapons confiscated by the APD so he has a new to him pistol, Beretta 84 .380 caliber with no spare magazine - page 99. Page 113 - 114 Charlie places said pistol and an EXTRA magazine in the glove compartment.


    18. Good action and a fast read. Two army war friends buy a pawn shop and rapidly find themselves in the middle of what seems to be an Albuquerque gang war. Turns out to be much more.



    19. This is an easy fun read with two great characters who are talented and humorous with their banter. The plot is interesting and fast paced.




    20. Promising start to a new series. I felt like the authors tried to cram in too much back story in the first book. I will watch for the next one though.




    21. This is a top notch, fast moving murder mystery. The Thurlo's have done it again with rich characters and well planned plot that will make you want more.


    22. Very good read. Charlie and Gordon are a great pair of characters and the plot was well planned out.Hope for more in this series. Note: I still miss Sister Agatha and Lee Nez.




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