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Col 7Grave ResponsibilityA close Indio friend calls to ask that Clint help his family until he could be released from jail for killing his brother.No, he didnt kill anyone, but some gringo said he had confessed to it.He spoke a little broken English. The gringo spoke almost no Spanish - besides being a coke-head. What was said was not that he was responsible for his brother being in a grave, but that he had a responsibility to see that he had a proper grave.That would be settled easily enough.Still, the brother was murdered.A Timely BurialBill talks to Clint on the deck at Refugios, then Clint goes home to have Judi call over that the TV just announced that Bills interment would take place Saturday.Clint calls Bill and asks why he didnt bother to mention he was dead when they talked earlier.Bills passport and ID were on a body. Clint had to find out how they got there and who killed him.Rest in PiecesA truly obnoxious man makes a pass at Tyna. Clint, very ungently, escorts the crud out of the bar. A customer remarks that the asshole would end up with a tombstone that said R.I.P. - for rest in pieces.Then the jerk was cut to pieces with a machete.Clint investigated to find what the victim was involved in that resulted in his murder. Another man is murdered.What did those Colombians who tried so hard to look like Che Guevara have to do with it?Blood and GoldAn elderly woman is murdered in her home, in front of a large safe. It turns out the safe was full of gold bars. She was obviously killed while someone was trying to get the combination from her.Clint decided what he had to do was find where that gold came from, and when it came. That would give him the answer as to who killed her - or hired someone else to kill her.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001027945679
    • ISBN:  9781476339931

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