Stranger in Town (Mike Shayne, Book 26)

Stranger in Town (Mike Shayne, Book 26)

Brett Halliday


In an odd city, Mike Shayne meets a dangerous damsel in distress

Mike Shayne is three hours from Miami while the sunlight dips under the horizon and he makes a decision to make a pit cease. For Shayne, that implies cognac, and the one bar on the town is a lonely little dive whose population don’t glance pleasant. Shayne doesn’t care. The barkeep pulls a dusty bottle down from the pinnacle shelf, and Shayne is settling into his drink while a blonde walks in the course of the door. because the detective admires her, she increases her hand . . . and with a gesture of her dainty little finger, marks him for death.
 
males strive against Shayne open air, beat him mindless, and check out to run him over with their vehicle. to flee this hayseed city alive, Shayne must observe the identification of the dame from the bar—and why she selected for him to die.

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