By William Lashner
"You need to know what deceit tastes like?
It's candy. Like honey."
Over the process his shady criminal occupation, Victor Carl has made a bunch of undesirable judgements, yet letting his ex-fiancée, Julia, fall again into his lifestyles and into his mattress should be the worst. Julia's husband has simply been murdered, her fingerprints are everywhere in the crime scene, and $1.7 million in money has inexplicably vanished. If Victor didn't recognize higher, he may possibly imagine Julia used to be atmosphere him up.
But Julia is drop-dead beautiful and lust trumps cause 24/7 in Victor Carl's international. Victor desires to think the Beatles have been correct, that every one you wish is love. yet why are the law enforcement officials accusing Victor of homicide? and what's the homicide weapon doing in his bed room? And who's the useless lady within the freezer?
Suddenly, the cautious attorney isn't any longer battling to re-light a misplaced love . . . he's combating to avoid wasting himself.
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I certainly couldn’t see the row of body parts. Standish finished packing the sat comms into its case and wedged it between the front seats, then stood up on the flatbed behind us, one hand gripping a section of frame, the other his AK. He was clearly going for the Lawrence of Arabia look. We reached the lower ground, about a K from the target, when a light-coloured vehicle detached itself from the buildings. Its dust trail flew high into the air as it headed out to give us the once-over. I checked that the rear leaf sight was on its battle setting of 300 metres and glanced across to see what the other GPMG was up to.
Fuck ’em, they weren’t my concern for now. Ahead of me was a wide, sweeping staircase, bare wood, no carpet. I took the stairs two at a time, the link rattling against my legs. I reached a landing and turned left. A cast-iron spiral staircase in the far corner led to an open doorway a floor up, through which sunlight streamed. I could hear the other gun firing from the roof. The spiral was tight and narrow and it was almost impossible to keep the scalding gun metal off my skin as I climbed. The stairs rose slightly proud of the roof terrace, and the doorway was covered with a canopy.
A Killer's Kiss (Victor Carl, Book 7) by William Lashner