The Butcher's BoyBook
Elizabeth Waring, an investigator for the Justice Department, and the Butcher's Boy, a professional assassin, both search for the person who ordered the deaths of a United States senator and a union official
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“It’s probably the weather,” said Elizabeth. “They don’t like it any more than we do. You still have to scrape the snow off your car if it’s a Rolls Royce.”
You practically had to set yourself on fire to attract a second glance in L. A.
Even the air (in Las Vega) itself felt like that—a breeze that carried with it tiny abrasive particles of ground-up quartz and topaz too small to see. You could feel them buffing and polishing away at you.
“There is a magic elixir to make you disappear,” Eddie had said. “It’s money. If you have enough of it you can go anywhere and do anything and nobody will ask you where you got it. But that’s only if you’ve got enough of it so you don’t ever have to do anything to get more.”
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