Jimmy Luntz is one of the good guys; he's even in a barbershop chorus (like a quartet, only bigger). Trouble is, Juarez - the man Luntz owes money to - isn't so nice. And when Juarez gets bored of waiting, he sends someone round to collect. Luntz doesn't actually plan to shoot the guy, but the way he sees it, it's shoot or be shot. Either way, though, Luntz is out of his league, and he knows it: nobody messes with Juarez - or, at least, nobody messes with Juarez and lives to tell the tale. Against all the odds, however, it seems that somebody up there is looking out for Luntz, if only he can keep his cool. A story of mistaken identity, blackmail and murder, of bent judges, wronged alcoholics and colostomy bags, "Nobody Move" is "No Country for Old Men" as written by Denis Johnson. Praise for Denis Johnson's previous novel, "Tree of Smoke", which won the US National Book Award 2007: 'A Catch-22 for our times' - Alan Warner, "Observer". 'A heart-stopping reminder of what fiction can do' - "Sunday Telegraph".