By Carol O'Connell
2010 Retail ePub
Escaping from the streets of latest York while a type police sergeant takes her in, Kathleen Mallory grows as much as turn into a proud member of the NYPD and embarks on a perilous case to discover her father's assassin.
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He writes beautifully, though, and ghosts appellate briefs for a number of lawyers in Blackwell County. Frank D’Angelo, a transplanted Yankee who couldn’t get into law school up North, knows a lot of bankruptcy, so he will come in handy, too. m. I’m the newest tenant of the Layman Building, and with the help of a janitor I possess some temporary office furniture. And by this time tomorrow I’ll have a telephone and my name on the directory. Now, if I can just acquire more than one client…. Granted, my office looks like Goodwill South, but it will keep until I can drive around this weekend to some secondhand furniture stores.
Martha Birford, who shares with me here an employment anniversary date, arrives outside Oscar Mays’s office at the same time, and we go in together. She has a piece of the Davis case, too. We both like Oscar better than Chip Burton. It is no secret that Oscar was responsible for hiring us, for one thing, but also he is genuinely a nice man. He is in his sixties and seems ready to retire, but for some reason he won’t or can’t. If his office is any indication, he can afford it. He has a fireplace, an antique walnut desk I’d like to steal if I could figure out a way to get it through the door, and works of unknown (to me) Southern artists, who, according to Martha (incongruously, an art history major in college), for the moment are quite popular.
But Dan’s most precious memory of the period is a mental postcard of two giant breasts. Yet I must have drooled over the same issues of Playboy. ” I laugh, knowing I like him because I doubt he has censored a single thought since the day he got married. An hour before his wedding (a humongous affair with a catered outdoor reception at the Arts Center), he knew he was making a horrible mistake. “Brenda could handle the fact that her husband-to-be had an emotional age of fifteen,” he told me once after work over a couple of beers, “but when she discovered afterward I really was only two, it freaked her.
Mallory's Oracle (Kathleen Mallory, Book 1) by Carol O'Connell