By James Hadley Chase
The Russians pays $4,000,000 for the head mystery formulation of a progressive new metal... and the C.I.A. will do whatever to prevent them.American inventor Dr Paul Forrester is the guy that each side wish. For he on my own can decipher the very important code. yet for 2 years Forrester has been in a psychological asylum - ever on account that that bloody day he walked in on his appealing spouse and her lover...So lovely Nona Jacey, Forrester's former lab-assistant, turns into a helpless pawn within the energy fight to own the scientist... for she is the major to unlocking Forrester's brain.
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The bullriding. ” “Don’t think so,” said the crotchscratcher. ” “He won’t,” said Leecil, and to Diamond, ‘You bet it ain’t no picnic. ” It turned out that it was a picnic and he did get tore up. His mother, Kaylee Felts, managed a tourist store, one of a chain headquartered in Denver: HIGH WEST—Vintage Cowboy Gear, Western Antiques, Spurs, Collectibles. Diamond had helped open boxes, dust showcases, wire-brush crusty spurs since he was twelve and she told him there was probably a place in the business for him after college, one of the other stores if he wanted to see the world.
Look at your hands,” she said. “They’re a mess. ” She was dolled up, her hair long and streaked blond, crimped like Chinese noodles, her eyelids iridescent blue. Diamond extended his fingers, turned his carefully scrubbed hands palm up, palm down, muscular hands with cut knuckles and small scars, two nails purple-black and lifting off at the base. “They’re clean. And I’m not broke. ” “Oh, eat some salad,” she said. They ate in silence, forks clicking among the pieces of cucumber and tomato. He disliked cucumber.
He grasped the car door handle. It was locked. Inside, by the dashboard glow, he could see the gleam of the keys in the ignition where he’d left them to keep the car running. It was almost funny. He picked up a big two-handed rock and smashed it on the driver’s-side window, slipped his arm in through the hole, into the delicious warmth of the car, a contortionist’s reach, twisting behind the steering wheel and down, and had he not kept limber with exercise and nut cutlets and green leafy vegetables he never could have reached the keys.