55 Proof by JA Konrath

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On the Leslie Banks version, the back of the box lists the screenwriter, but doesn’t mention it is based on a book. ” 58 Damn. B. Wyndham-Lewis. ” “It’s a case. I’ll tell you about it later. ” “It is a book. K. Chesterton, written in the early 1920s. ” “Chesterton? ” “Chesterton was a wonderful author. He did quite a few lockedroom mysteries. ” “I’ll call you tonight. ” I put away the phone and went to the blood-stained bookshelf. The Chesterton book was easy to find. I put the gloves back on and picked it up.

Mitch asked. “You’re free to pimp another day. ” When I let go of his lapels, his spine seemed to grow back. He adjusted the collar on his velour jump suit and made sure his baseball hat was tilted to the correct odd angle. “Ain’t like that. I treat my girls good. ” “Leave. Now. ” He sneered, spun on his three hundred dollar sneakers, and did his pimp strut away from me. I probably should have killed him; I had too many enemies already. But, tough as I am, shooting fourteen-year-old kids in the back isn’t my style.

Her breath made me teary-eyed. ” “I’ll call you tomorrow morning with the details. I already called the police. ” Hell. “Well, don’t call the police again. I have a friend at the Post Office who gives me a discount rate. ” I hit the disconnect. ” Thorpe asked. “Like a charm. Go home and get some rest. ” The trick was finding an exchange location where I wouldn’t be conspicuous in a ski mask. Chicago had several ice rinks, but I didn’t think any of them allowed dogs. I decided on the alley behind the Congress Hotel, off of Michigan Avenue.

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