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Mystery and Suspense
Author: E.V. Cunningham
ISBN: 085997457X
Pages 208 pages
Publisher Electric Power Storage; Large type edition edition (May 28, 1980)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
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eBook Case of the Russian Diplomat download

by E.V. Cunningham


I’m whispering because it’s the middle of the night and Kati is asleep. The residents of Beverly Hills, particularly those who lived north of the railroad tracks-in this case, the Southern Pacific, which bisected the city from east to west-had a common bond: money

I’m whispering because it’s the middle of the night and Kati is asleep. I’m not asleep, Kati said. I know what time it is, Wainwright snapped. The residents of Beverly Hills, particularly those who lived north of the railroad tracks-in this case, the Southern Pacific, which bisected the city from east to west-had a common bond: money. Given the restricted area of their residence, they were probably as rich as or richer than any group on similar acreage anywhere in the United States, or in the world for that matter.

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Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1982)

Destination, rates & speeds. Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1982). ISBN 10: 0030598575 ISBN 13: 9780030598579.

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An unidentified body is found in the Beverly Glen Hotel's opulent pool, a guest at the hotel is murdered, and Masao Masuto, Beverly Hills' only Nisei detective, follows the lead into a realm of espionage and terror. Masao Masuto has a rose garden and practices Zen Buddhism. He is also the only Nisei detective in the Beverly Hills Police Department, a man who uses karate, not guns, and who brings to his job both a wry, reflective humor and an almost intuitive skill for the riddle of a crime. Here, in the second of a series featuring this complexsao finds himself risking his job-and the life of his child Ana-on the strength of his guesses.

Cunningham, E. 1914-. Masuto, Masao (Fictitious character), Private investigators, Japanese Americans. New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 21, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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A murder investigation at a high-priced hotel reveals a deadly plot reaching the highest seats of power They call the pool at the Beverly Glen Hotel the naked hooker. To the frustration of the Beverly Hills police department, the women there are so high class that it’s impossible to distinguish guests and girlfriends from professionals. Tonight, to detective Masao Masuto’s chagrin, there is the body of a naked man in the pool. Though the management insists the death was accidental,.

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I sometimes find that a book doesn't meet my expectations and that is what happened here. Just couldn't get into it. I do not, however, blame the book. It's like meeting someone you have always heard about and then finding out that you two are not compatible.
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Masao Masuto has a rose garden and practices Zen Buddhism. He is also the only Nisei detective in the Beverly Hills Police Department, a man who uses karate, not guns, and who brings to his job both a wry, reflective humor and an almost intuitive skill for the riddle of a crime. Here, in the second of a series featuring this complexsao finds himself risking his job-and the life of his child Ana-on the strength of his guesses.
In the predawn hours an unidentified man is found in the lavish pool of the Beverly Glen Hotel-not a mark on the body. A few hours later a guest is murdered. By the time an officious FBI agent has been dispatched from Washington to "handle" the case, Masuto is following his own leads into a world of espionage and terrorism.