By Lawrence Block, Joe Barrett, Inc. Blackstone Audio
Twelve years in the past, Matthew Scudder lied to a jury to place James Leo Motley in the back of bars. Now the creative psychopath is unfastened. And the alcoholic ex-cop-turned-p.i. needs to pay dearly for his sins. buddies and previous enthusiasts -- even strangers unlucky sufficient to percentage Scudder's identify -- are turning up lifeless. simply because a vengeful maniac is set to not leisure until eventually he is pushed his nemesis again to the bottle...and then to the boneyard.
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No, nothing like that. She was on vacation, she was up at Stowe on a ski weekend. He was there, he was divorced and unattached, and he 28 Lawrence Block fell for her. I don’t know that he was rich but he was comfortably well-off, he owned furniture stores and made a good living from them. ” “That’s what they did. She thought he was wonderful and she was ready to get out of the life and out of New York. ” “No, I’m not. I was a lot like Connie actually, we were both a couple of NJGs who drifted into it.
The children were Andrew, six; Kevin, four; and Delcey, two. Cornelia Sturdevant, I thought, and no bells rang. I looked at her, puzzled. “Connie,” she said. ” “Connie Cooperman. ” “Connie Cooperman,” I said, and then I remembered a bouncy blond cheerleader of a girl. “Jesus,” I said. “How in the hell did she wind up in—where was this, anyway? Canton, Massillon, Walnut Hills. ” “Ohio. ” “By marrying Philip Sturdevant. ” “How? ’’ “No, nothing like that. She was on vacation, she was up at Stowe on a ski weekend.
Also, I figured once I got him off he’d be calmer and I wouldn’t be as nervous. I already knew I wasn’t going to see him again. In fact I would have asked him to leave without taking him to bed, but I was afraid of what he A TICKET TO THE BONEYARD 35 might do. ” “Not exactly. It was the way he touched me. You can tell a lot from the way a man touches you. He touched me like he hated me. ” “That was after. He got dressed, he wasn’t interested in taking a shower and I didn’t suggest it because I wanted him O-U-T.