To Or Not To : Justice
Vile verbs and abrasive adjectives erupted in a 5th Avenue Manhattan Russian restaurant. An angry man yanked a woman up; Versace silk ripped; murder in his eyes, she bolted. He bullied his way out of the eatery, threatened the assaulted woman, "I'll be back," fled to Paris, Brugge, Brussels, Monte Carlo, somewhere. A retired New York detective was given a European assignment; intrigue, danger - locate the English fugitive; decide to or not to. Brig O'Rourke, who loved cats, stuffed an old 38 Special in a sock, he did not pack handcuffs. An assistant would be necessary for the pursuit. He hired a young woman, called Helicopter, her rotor blades never stopped. Informed they might have to track him down through, Milan, French Rivera, Monaco, Cannes, inundated with supermodels and gambling. They first encountered the fugitive in a Luxembourg dark alley wielding a knife; shooting him would be murder. There had to be another way.
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- William Plante
- Paperback | 262 pages
- 152 x 229 x 14mm | 354g
- Publication date
- 25 Aug 2018
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform