Greed. What a motivator it is! Dangle riches in front of humans and they will do anything to get them...and I do mean anything.That's what November Keys is about, gangsters making promises they can't keep, knowing the inhabitants of the town desire wealth. It is a story about betrayal, lies and fighting back against injustice.I love that this book was written by a father and son team. Usually, reading books by two authors can be difficult, because you can see a clear difference between the two individual's styles. (Exception being The Hungry by Harry Shannon and Steven W. Booth; example being Black House and The Talisman by Stephen King and Peter Straub.) This team does an excellent job in creating a wonderful story that is exciting, engaging and even a little humorous. You don't know you're reading a book written by two parties: the story flows easily.I usually like gangster tales, but some writers make them into caricatures of old stories. Thankfully, that does not happen here. It's written simply, realistically and is good for a few hours of entertainment. Would I recommend this book? Yes, and I also eagerly await the next book from these talented gentlemen!