By Robert B. Parker
Spenser's female friend Susan runs away with one other guy, Jerry Costigan, the son of a truly wealthy and hazardous felony. Spenser and his good friend Hawk cross looking for Susan, yet are quickly stuck up on the planet of the CIA, weapons and homicide.
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Barlach asked whether Blatter knew the old book store in the Matte, the one that was owned by the Jew with the white beard, Feitelbach? Blatter nodded. ” “Please drop by there this afternoon and tell Feitel bach to send me Gulliver'1s Travels. ” won dered the policeman. ” Something in this laugh struck the policeman as sinister, but he dared not ask questions. 21 T H E H U T B y evening Lutz had already called. Hungertobel had just sat down beside his friend’s bed. ” N ow the phone rang and interrupted their conversation.
It is incredible, Commissar, but hundreds had themselves operated on by Nehle—after they had stood, shaking and pale as death, and watched their predeces sors die like dogs on the operating table and could still say N o— and all of it for the mere hope of gaining the free dom Nehle promised. Freedom! How man must love it that he is willing to suffer anything to gain it! So much so that in Stutthof he went voluntarily into flaming hell, only to embrace the pitiful bastard of freedom offered to him there.
I take the liberty of not distinguishing between those that torture. They all have the same eyes. If there is a God, Commissar, and my defiled heart hopes for nothing more, He will recognize not nations but only individuals, and 42 THE Q U A R R Y He will judge each one by the measure of his crimes and acquit each one by the measure of his own justice. “Christian, Christian, listen to what a Jew has to say to you, whose people crucified your Saviour and who now has been crucified with his people by the Christians.
A Catskill Eagle (Spenser, Book 12) by Robert B. Parker