Three hunters find a plane that has crashed in the Montana wilderness. Two steal it and are subsequently hunted by the Mexican cartel that owns it, the DEA, killers from Las Vegas, and the cops. Each of the three have their own reasons for wanting it, the money they could get from it could help change their lives.
Not really my cup of tea is how I can best describe this book. I didn't care much for the characters and the plot felt a bit cliche. It's an interesting story overall but some parts of it are definitely better than others. Each of the characters seem driven but mostly by greed as a result of their own misfortunes. I'm sure this is a book more suited to people who like these kinds of fast paced, multi-character books.