By Robert B. Parker
Spenser has long past to London -- and never to work out the Queen. he is long past to trace down a host of bombers who have blown away his client's spouse and youngsters. His activity is to capture them. Or kill them. His shopper is not choosy.
But there are 9 killers to 1 Spenser -- lengthy odds. Hawk is helping stability the equation. the remainder relies on a wild plan. Spenser gets one of many terrorists to play Judas Goat -- to steer him to others. difficulty is, he hasn't counted on her being very blond, very appealing and intensely risky.
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No one was carrying a Sten gun. I went out the front door and strolled up toward Green Park. It is not easy to follow someone without being spotted, if the someone is trying to catch you doing it. I caught her crossing Piccadilly. She’d been in the hotel lobby buying postcards, and now she was crossing Piccadilly toward Green Park half a block down the street. I was still in my sweat pants and I didn’t have a gun. They might want to burn me right now right quick once they had me spotted. In Green Park I stopped, did a few deep knee bends and stretching exercises for show and then started an easy jog down toward the Mall.
The hotel door was dark oak, the room numbers in brass. I stood outside my room and listened. There was no sound. Standing to the right of the door and reaching with my left hand, I put the key as gently as I could into the lock and turned it. Nothing happened. I opened the door a fraction to free the catch. Then I wiggled the key out, and slipped it back in my pocket. I took a deep breath. It was hard to swallow. I shoved the door open with my left hand and rolled back out of sight against the wall to the right of the door.
But they do hurt people. We all have reason to know that,” Flanders said. ” “Not so far,” I said. “If anything it hurts. As Downes knows, the more amateurish and unorganized and sappy a group like this is, the harder it is to get a handle on them. ” Downes shrugged and sipped at his Scotch. “You’re certainly right about the first part anyway, Spenser. The random childishness of it makes them much more difficult to deal with. The same random childishness limits their effectiveness in terms of revolution or whatever in hell they want.
The Judas Goat by Robert B. Parker