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Blame the Dead (Coronet Books) by Gavin Lyall PDF

By Gavin Lyall

ISBN-10: 0340429763

ISBN-13: 9780340429761

James Card loses his recognition as a bodyguard while his patron, a Lloyd's underwriter, is shot correct below his nostril. So he starts off learn into the useless man's heritage. the writer has written a number of bestselling thrillers together with "The unsuitable part of the Sky" and "Uncle Target".

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I could probably fit it in; Fenwick's affairs weren't exactly developing at a rush. " I walked to the window and the Morris was still down there. A hired car probably meant a professional. A newspaperman wouldn't need to hire a car in London, and anyway, he wouldn't get a story just by following me around. It looked as if somebody had put a private eye on me. Mockby? He was the obvious thought, but he'd probably have done it on a bigger scale; one man to watch one man was bloody nonsense. In a city, a proper inconspicuous tail job takes thirty men and several vehicles; no kidding, that's what it takes.

I don't know what time he went to bed, but I made it by half past ten. Thirteen Saturday was a crisp, clear day; so far we'd had every sort of March weather except the traditional winds. Now it was blue and bright, but still with snow lying in the Kent fields and the farmers indoors swearing the hop harvest was fruz to hell and they'd have to sell the Rolls if the Government didn't increase the subsidy. I had company heading down through South London, but he didn't really stand a chance in that Saturday shopping traffic; I lost him by real accident before we reached Bromley.

Mockby? He was the obvious thought, but he'd probably have done it on a bigger scale; one man to watch one man was bloody nonsense. In a city, a proper inconspicuous tail job takes thirty men and several vehicles; no kidding, that's what it takes. When the pubs opened, I strolled up to the Washington fora. jar and a hope of getting a look at my new friend. But he wasn't that sort of fool. The Morris followed me, all right, but he didn't rush into the pub right behind me. Probably he came in some time in the next ten minutes, just to see if I was meeting somebody, but a whole lot of people came in around that time.

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