Angry Lead Skies: A Garrett, P.I., Novel by Glen Cook

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By Glen Cook

A chain some distance sooner than its time, now again in print an individual else may have discovered by means of now: while hassle comes knocking, do not open the door. yet there is a for the reason that Garrett's nonetheless within the P.I. enterprise in the end those years-he's now not one to benefit his classes. probably that is why he we could himself get roped into being a bodyguard for Kip Prose, an obnoxious child being threatened through creatures that cannot relatively be defined. yet prior to Kip Prose has an opportunity to provide an explanation for what he is performed to get at the hit record of a few anonymous nasties, the precocious Prose is kidnapped, and the chase begins...

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The Dead Man launched a long-winded paean of self-exoneration. I sensed its complete lack of substance right away and focused on Playmate. ” “I suppose what I really want is for you to look out for him. Kip’s a royal pain sometimes, Garrett, but that’s mostly because nobody ever taught him how to get along with people. He befriended a couple of strays. Lost souls in the physical sense. He took care of them. They were grateful. That made him feel important. Same as I feel when I take care of him and the horses.

Its eyes were oversize, bulgy, teardrops shaped, evidently without pupils. He did not put in a nose. Instead, there were slits, unconnected, forming an inverted Y. I observed, “There isn’t any nose. ” “I thought they were hidden under her hair.  not. There’re these dark, bruise-looking patches down here, practically on the neck. ” That was weird. I couldn’t think of a race that didn’t have ears of some kind. In fact, most races have ears that make our human ones look like afterthoughts. Great hairy, pointy, or dangly things all covered with scales and warts.

It is confused. It can be captured. Will you please see to that and cease this passing the time of day with Mr. Playmate? “Play, my sedentary sidekick tells me one of your elves is skulking around in the alley out back. Why don’t we go invite him to the party? We can smack him around a little to break his concentration. Old Bones can ransack his mind while he’s distracted. ” Damn! That wasn’t the best word to use. Playmate worries. All the time. And his worry-to-success equation is an inverse proportion.

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