Download A Ticket To The Boneyard: A Matthew Scudder Crime Novel by Lawrence Block, Joe Barrett, Inc. Blackstone Audio PDF

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 inventive psychopath is loose. And the alcoholic ex-cop-turned-p.i. needs to pay dearly for his sins. neighbors and previous fans -- even strangers unlucky adequate to proportion Scudder's identify -- are turning up useless. simply because a vengeful maniac is set to not relaxation until eventually he is pushed his nemesis again to the bottle...and then to the boneyard.

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Whatever you say,” I said, and moved toward the table where I’d set the gun down. “Hold it! ” “What does it look like I’m doing? ” “Then I don’t see how the hell I can leave,” I said, reasonably. ” “I don’t care if you break her neck. ” I thought for a moment. I said, “Look, I’ll pick it up by the barrel. I’m not looking to shoot anybody with it. ” A TICKET TO THE BONEYARD 53 While he worked it out I took another two steps and reached out to take the gun by the barrel. I kept the gun within his field of vision, so that he could see it was no danger to him.

I couldn’t stop calling you. ” “Is that all? ” “Five messages may have been better,” I said. “They made it a little harder to ignore. ” “The problem is I’m scared. I feel better now, though. I’m sorry for the inquisition before but it’s impossible to recognize a voice over my intercom. ” She shook her head at the memory. “But I’m being a terrible hostess. ” “It’s no trouble at all. ” She looked at me. “You stopped drinking,” she said. ” “I remember you were having some trouble A TICKET TO THE BONEYARD 23 with it the last time I saw you.

That’s what you think, I thought, but I didn’t say anything. ” “No, I never do. I don’t discuss it ahead of time, not unless the man brings it up, and most of the time they don’t. A lot of men like to pretend to themselves that the sex is free and the money they give me is a present, and that’s fine. ” “No, because I was angry, and if I was going to have to trick a shitheel like that I was at least going to get paid for it. ’ ‘I’m a working girl,’ I said. ” “I didn’t react to it, but I did say I got paid for what I did.

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