Stealing Sturgis by Matthew Iden

stealing sturgis

I love the description that goes along with the book on Amazon. It is as follows:┬áLee Baylor runs a failing garage in a dying southern Virginia town and when old friend–but present-day con–Randy Watson shows up with a plan to make some quick cash, Lee’s got to take it.

Randy’s idea? Steal a one-of-a-kind, vintage Harley from millionaire movie star Jason Ford, who likes to act the hotshot biker at the annual Sturgis motorcycle rally with his knockout starlet girlfriend Becky Winters.

The only hitch is that Jason’s got money problems of his own, and when hillbilly gangster Baby Boy gets involved, there’s going to be hell to pay when they all try Stealing Sturgis.


Randy pitches his idea to Lee one day while they’re working on a vehicle. It takes Lee a few days but he decides to go along with it. So they embark on their cross country trip. There are a few hiccups along the way but they make it there.

I liked this book. It has the right amount of crime, mystery and action to it. The description that goes on Amazon really sums up the book better than I ever could. Lol. An enjoyable read.