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A Bier For Baby

Auhtor: Dean Evans

Language: english

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Review by O. Brown, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Bier For Baby':

... grunted. This killing? said Gomez. Yeah. This killing. A bawdy house-in front of it, I mean. North Angeles Street. Four thousand block. You probably ...
... Identification in the form of a little packet of business cards. Driver's license made out to the same man. Gomez stood again. A couple of ...
... pain in the abdomen for us. Okay, come along. The girls are all up back. Gomez stared at the woman. Just like that? A man is murdered outside ...
... be scared, kids. This is routine. Incidentally, Lieutenant, she tipped her head to the left. It was Paula there. You are Paula? Me, ...
... steps in front of the house and died there. Like that, huh? Captain Hart rubbed a large hand over his chin. He a customer in there? ...
... chair. It. isn't, said Gomez calmly, but it resembles him a little. He was a photographer-a freelancer. He had a place on Willert Avenue. ...
... slab had on it in gold leaf: EL RANCHO DEL RIOS (G. L. Phipps) Gomez pulled his head back in the prowl car and drove up into the blacktop ...
... not G. Llewellyn Phipps, of course, a man Gomez had never before seen. Laura Phipps smiled at him. Sam, you don't know Darrol Spence, of course. ...
... I'm practically rooted. He got up, patted Laura affectionately on the shoulder, stuck out a hand at Gomez. 'By, kids. Lieutenant, I'm glad ...
... by mistake. Sam! The dark eyes looked to Gomez like big black frightened saucers. Gomez sucked in a breath. How do you comfort an ...
... three large metal filing cabinets. On the left a small table with a couple of photo fan mags. Hard- backed chairs were grouped around. To the right ...
... the door in the wall. It was a darkroom. He could just dimly make out a foot switch on the floor, over beneath an enlarger. He stepped in, touched ...
... again. He started to stuff it in with the rest, then stopped, slitting his eyes at the thing. His hands began to itch. Almost in surprise, he looked ...
... the player off and stared grimly down at the circular paper label in the center of the disc. Nevada Hotfoot ? Well, yes, in a sense. There was ...
... this old country the Spanish had long ago named Nevada. No, he repeated. Phipps was the last. THE LARGE HORSESHOE was a thing of shadowy blacktop. ...
... yet, Sam! He raised his eyes up the tremendous brick facade of the fireplace, up to an ugly oil painting of a very naked woman done by nobody ...
... room to the big console against the wall. He put on the record, switched a knob. The pickup arm descended. Are you insane? A softly haunting ...
... away, looked over at the man. It plays a love song called Laura, he said simply. GOMEZ SHUT OFF the console, lifted the record. Smithers's ...
... up, pull the trigger. The man with the mustache opened his eyes wide with the blast. They were dish-pan blue, Gomez noted. The highball glass ...
... author Agatha Christie. The novelisation was first published in the United Kingdom by HarperCollins on November 2, 1998 and in the United States by ...