Blood Money (Jane Whitefield, Book 5) by Thomas Perry

By Thomas Perry

Jane Whitefield, the fearless "guide" who is helping humans in hassle disappear, make sufferers vanish,has simply all started her quiet new lifestyles as Mrs. Carey McKinnon, whilst she is named upon back, to stand her hardest rivals but. Jane needs to attempt to retailer a tender lady fleeing a perilous mafioso. but the deceptively sure bet of hiding a woman propels Jane into the heart of awful occasions, and pairs her with Bernie the Elephant, the mafia's guy with the money. Bernie has a photographic reminiscence, and in an effort to undo an evil that has been transforming into for part a century,he and Jane engineer the most important robbery of all time, stealing billions from hidden mafia money owed and donating the money to charity. Heart-stopping velocity, superb writing, and enthralling characters mix in Blood cash to make it the easiest novel but by way of the author referred to as "one of America's most interesting storytellers,"(San Francisco Examiner).

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If you don’t have enough work to do, let me know. ” Wendy shot him a warning look. She didn’t get this far in the department to put up with asshole comments about her looks. Not even from her boss, a man who wasn’t exactly known for his sensitivity to women. She knew he was right about the evidence, but she also knew in her gut Ditto had lied. The Suburban had been in the area that night. There had to be a connection. But any connection between Ditto and Ruiz’s disappearance was up for grabs. What he didn’t understand was that the girls looked out for each other.

Maybe he just didn’t hear it ring. Lucas stripped off his coat and tie, dumped his wallet and room key on the console, splashed cold water on his face, and came out of the bathroom toweling off. He looked at the clock 53 54 | A L L E N W Y L E R again. Only four minutes had passed. Back in Seattle, Andy would be leaving his downtown condo for the short walk to the brokerage where he worked. It was possible he didn’t hear his cell ring because of the traffic noise. He balled up the towel and threw it on the other bed before dropping into the chair by the window.

Not even from her boss, a man who wasn’t exactly known for his sensitivity to women. She knew he was right about the evidence, but she also knew in her gut Ditto had lied. The Suburban had been in the area that night. There had to be a connection. But any connection between Ditto and Ruiz’s disappearance was up for grabs. What he didn’t understand was that the girls looked out for each other. They noticed things that seemed unusual. Three of them had spotted the vehicle that night and told her about it.

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