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By James Sallis

Lew Griffin is a survivor, a black guy in New Orleans, a detective, a instructor, a author. Having spent years discovering others, he has misplaced his son...and himself within the strategy. Now a derelict has seemed in a brand new Orleans health facility claiming to be Lewis Griffin and exhibiting a duplicate of 1 of Lew's novels. it's the starting of a quest that would take Griffin into his personal prior whereas he attempts to deal within the current with a look for 3 lacking younger males.

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Eye of the Cricket (Lew Griffin, Book 4)

Lew Griffin is a survivor, a black guy in New Orleans, a detective, a instructor, a author. Having spent years discovering others, he has misplaced his son. .. and himself within the method. Now a derelict has seemed in a brand new Orleans medical institution claiming to be Lewis Griffin and exhibiting a duplicate of 1 of Lew's novels.

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Spot what? " "What are you talking about? There's nothing new in that book. " "Then you missed it! We're both over here in Headquarters. " "Bob? " But Bob had hung up. Jupiter gulped the last bite of toast, and hurried out of the house and across the street to the salvage yard. When he emerged through the trapdoor into Headquarters, Pete and Bob grinned maddeningly at him. "A detective has to keep his eyes open at all times," Pete said with mock seriousness. " Bob chortled. "If there was really anything to miss," Jupiter muttered.

Yes, I am the manager," the short man snapped, and went on glaring at Jupiter. " "That will not be necessary," Ndula said quietly. "We will settle the bill. " The manager stared at them, confused and suspicious. "Don't you think I can see--" "He looks like Ian," MacKenzie said, "but we assure you he is not," and he explained the resemblance of the two boys. "Perhaps you saw my picture in the paper the other day," Jupiter added, eager to prove who he was. The manager shook his head. "We've been extremely busy this week hosting a small conference.

Uncle Titus cried. "No," MacKenzie said. "I don't think they are in any immediate danger, Mr Jones. The kidnappers must keep Ian safe or he'll be no use to them against Sir Roger, and I don't believe they will harm Jupiter. This is a political action, not a kidnapping for ransom, and they wouldn't want to anger the American government unnecessarily. " "Then we'll make sure they don't get back to Nanda," Chief Reynolds said. " "They certainly have an escape route planned," Ndula said. "Bob said suddenly.

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