By Mike Doogan
The recent Nik Kane Alaska secret— now in paperback and hailed via critics...Gifted younger legislator Matthew desire has been charged with homicide. In desperation, a mysterious, prosperous customer of Hope’s hires Nik Kane, disgraced ex-cop, to enquire the crime. He quickly uncovers a political tradition corrupted via the impression of oil and large money—and a terrifying mystery which can additional damage him.
Read or Download Capitol Offense (A Nik Kane Alaska Mystery) PDF
Best thrillers & suspense books
A chain of scary murders plagues San Francisco. to unravel the crimes, murder Inspector Clemson Yao enlists assistance from Angie Strachan, a Realtor who as soon as tried—and failed—to turn into the city’s first lady murder inspector. the 2 face off opposed to a ghoulish, black-humored serial killer who whimsically refers to his gruesome murders as "messies.
Notebook 6016 via Erle Stanley Gardner 1st ed 1960
George Stroud is a hard-drinking, tough-talking, none-too-scrupulous author for a brand new York media conglomerate that bears a impressive resemblance to Time, Inc. within the heyday of Henry Luce. someday, sooner than heading domestic to his spouse within the suburbs, Stroud has a drink with Pauline, the gorgeous female friend of his boss, Earl Janoth.
Additional info for Capitol Offense (A Nik Kane Alaska Mystery)
In one of the offices at the far end, Baby saw a light. He switched off his CD player, removed his earphones, left his cart where it was, and walked softly through the committee room. The room was Baby’s favorite, a big room that had been a federal courtroom when the building was young, carefully restored, and, since Baby had been doing the cleaning, carefully kept up, too. Baby’s sneakers made no noise on the thick carpet. He was glad; he wanted to see why the light was on before revealing himself.
What I’d like you to do is go and talk with Mrs. ” He snapped the last round into the clip. “I believe she’s prepared to offer you quite a lot of money,” he said. ” “Everybody needs money,” Kane said. The truth was that Kane was doing pretty well financially. He was drawing a salary from the security firm and a pension from the police department, and since he wasn’t drinking he didn’t have any expensive habits. But wanting to go out on his own was part of an effort to gain greater control of his life.
He took the thirty-three-gallon plastic garbage can off the cart and started emptying wastebaskets. When he was finished, he took down his vacuum cleaner and ran it over the carpet. He knew some of the other janitors didn’t vacuum every night, but this was his floor and he wanted it just so. Besides, they had spent so much time and money remodeling these offices, it would be a shame to let the carpet get dirty. When Baby finished that room, he worked his way from office to office, around the corner, along the hallway, and past the elevator to the women’s restroom.