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A Real Pickle (Classic Diner Mystery, Book 6) by Jessica Beck

By Jessica Beck

While loss of life pickle-fortune inheritor Curtis Trane eventually succumbs within the captivating Moose Diner, everybody believes that it’s simply the tip of the man’s lengthy affliction, yet upon nearer exam, it seems that Curtis has been murdered! In a plea from past the grave, Curtis asks Moose and Victoria to resolve his murder, and the 2 needs to go away every little thing they understand and enterprise out into the wealthy man’s rarefied global.

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According to your statement, t h e man was a n international gem thief. He'd arrived on the boat with a big shipment of stolen gems, or there's every reason to believe he had them. "The customs had a spy planted on the boat, a man who acted as room steward. He'd found out t h a t a small steamer trunk, made „ along the lines of a miniature wardrobe trunk, had been cleverly designed with a false side t h a t would slip out when one unscrewed t h e lock. And the smuggler evidently realized the steward had made t h e discovery, for he lured him down into a passage back of the L I, *[ m BIRD IN THE HAND 49 baggage room, knocked him uncbnscious, bound and gagged him.

The valet passed over the newspapers. Lester Leith read t h e m through. His eyes were clouded with thought, his forehead furrowed in concentration. " "Yes. That is, t h e police have felt t h a t there might have been a n inside accomplice. If t h a t were the case, it would undoubtedly be some transient guest, someone who checked into t h e hotel merely to help in the commission ofthe murder*. " S* ^K Leith nodded again. His eyes were narrowed now. " "The kleptomaniac. Didn't you read about her?

I've done lots o' things in my life, but I ain't never obtained no money from a gent under false pretenses. " Lester Leith nodded. "Very commendable, your frankness," he muttered. The girl snorted. " Lester Leith turned to face her. " The girl's blue eyes widened. " Leith nodded. " she asked. "You go to a hotel with me, and we get rooms, separate rooms, b u t rooms which adjoin," said Lester Leith. The girl yawned. "Pardon me," she said wearily. " asked Lester Leith. BIRD IN THE HAND 57 "Naw," she drawled, "for thinking your line was a new one.

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