By M. C. Beaton
Can the feisty Agatha minimize it as a personal investigator? She quickly learns that operating her personal detective organization within the Cotswolds isn't really relatively like starring in a Raymond Chandler motion picture. yet then walks in prosperous divorcee Catherine Laggat - Brown, and Agatha is given her first genuine case. loss of life threats, blackmail and actual assault quickly keep on with, and once more Agatha is off scouring the Cotswolds for clues and displaying acquaintances and enemies alike what Raisin Investigations can do!
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At that point you'll have time to spare, and it's the express stop this side of Saddler. " "Maybe I'd better phone Chet and ask him to drive us to the airport," the younger lad suggested. A moment later he had the fat boy on the wire. " drawled Chet. "Sure thing, I'll be over early. '' By the time the brothers had finished eating and packing in the morning Chet was waiting for them. Mr. Hardy summoned his sons into his study for a lastminute conference. "Bemember, boys, somebody on that train undoubtedly is on his way to the spy camp we're interested in.
If we go back home we'll lose both our men; the one here and the one on the Flying Express. " 79 80 The Mystery of the Flying Express Frank glanced at his watch, then leaned close to Joe so his whispered words were harely audible. "You go ahead with the lecture while I telephone home. " Joe nodded as Frank hurried off the plane and went into a phone booth in the airport building. "I'm sorry, the line is busy," said the voice of the operator after Frank had given the number. Fretfully the lad waited.
The letter was addressed to that fellow Trett! Remember? " Frank uttered a low exclamation. '' That is a clue. " "He was young-looking," said Joe. "So is our friend in Seat Four. Considering the letter and putting two and two together-----" At that instant a buzzer sounded three times and a small light flashed over the door to the pilots' cabin. The hostess jostled past them and Joe Disappears 85 hurried through the doorway, emerging a moment later with a grim smile on her pretty face. "The storm is too bad for us to land at Bain-ville," she announced.
Agatha Raisin and the Deadly Dance (Agatha Raisin, Book 15) by M. C. Beaton