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By Robert Finn

It is a unusual form of theft: not anything is lacking and the single harm performed is to the criminals. David Braun, celebrity investigator for an unique coverage enterprise, discovers the fact that the crime was once meant to hide. in the back of all of it, a ruthless thief, who's purpose on buying a worthy old - an old with a bloody historical past its vendors would favor to maintain hidden. Susan Milton, knowledgeable in unique antiques, needs to unearth the object's previous to make experience of the current. while she takes at the undertaking she has no concept that her study will positioned her lifestyles at risk. As David and Susan discover ways to interact the items start to fall into position, however the extra they discover, the fewer they think. stuck among robust enemies and being hunted by way of a killer the police can't trap, their merely wish is to stick one step forward. They understand adequate to place them within the worst hazard in their lives. Will it even be adequate to avoid wasting them?

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Banjo took a swig of his pint. "So how's the world tour progressing? ” "Nooo," David said. " Banjo asked. "That would certainly be one factor, yes," David replied. "But I was thinking more about the air travel. ” "Well that might have something to do with them being war-torn, fucking combat zones," Banjo said, his voice rising. Helen glanced their way. "It's really not as bad as all that," David replied. "Anyway, I might give the Middle East a miss. " Banjo asked, leaning towards David and looking him in the eye.

Gold flashes at his wrist as he raises it high again. A second blow and the loop-shaped handle is bouncing across the stairwell carpet, the metal ringing like a bicycle bell. Moving inside the office, the skier lets the door close behind him. Grabbing the middle of a nearby coat rack, he lifts the chrome centre-pole off its plastic base and inverts it, dumping the crown of hooks to the floor. Now he's left with a straight pole, which he spins once, expertly, and then feeds through the inside handle of the door at a forty-five degree angle.

Dean shuffles forwards like a hesitant fencer, sliding his feet along the carpet until he is at the doorway. He crouches, takes a rapid look inside and ducks back. "They're down," he says. Standing, the sergeant signs for the other two to remain still. He walks slowly towards the office. He sees two bodies, one inside the door, one lying beneath the broken window. He moves through the open door. His foot slips slightly as he steps in a pool of blood. The body by the window has a plastic handle sticking out of its chest.

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