Blood Money (Jane Whitefield, Book 5) by Thomas Perry

By Thomas Perry

Jane Whitefield, the fearless "guide" who is helping humans in hassle disappear, make sufferers vanish,has simply all started her quiet new lifestyles as Mrs. Carey McKinnon, whilst she is termed upon back, to stand her hardest competitors but. Jane needs to attempt to shop a tender lady fleeing a dangerous mafioso. but the deceptively sure bet of hiding a lady propels Jane into the guts of bad occasions, and pairs her with Bernie the Elephant, the mafia's guy with the cash. Bernie has a photographic reminiscence, and in an effort to undo an evil that has been growing to be for part a century,he and Jane engineer the largest robbery of all time, stealing billions from hidden mafia bills and donating the money to charity. Heart-stopping velocity, high-quality writing, and spell binding characters mix in Blood funds to make it the easiest novel but by means of the author known as "one of America's best storytellers,"(San Francisco Examiner).

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7 Carol Roberg arrived at the hospital at five in the afternoon, an hour before the beginning of her shift. The mere thought of being late to work terrified her, and, by coming so early, she could get a bargain-priced meal in the employee's cafeteria before going on duty. That was very important to Carol—a good meal at a low price. Even when she wasn't hungry, which was seldom, even in America where no one seemed ever to be hungry, she was always subtly worried about when she would eat again.

Mintz did not like the twenties. It took a certain indefinable something which he did not have. And he never worked it without a partner, someone to distract the chump while the play was being made. As for working with a partner, he didn't like that either. It cut the score right down the middle. It put an apple on your head, and handed the other guy a shotgun. Because grifters, it seemed, suffered an irresistible urge to beat their colleagues. There was little glory in whipping a fool—hell, fools were made to be whipped.

Very pleased with herself. Roy arose wearily, his legs wobbling as he made the round trip to the bathroom. He dropped back down on the bed in a heap, a little worried about himself for the first time. What could be the cause of this, anyway, this strange overpowering fatigue? Not Moira, surely; he was used to her. Not the fact that he had eaten very little during the past three days. He often had spells when he didn't feel hungry, and this had been one of them. Whatever he ate bounced back, in a brownishcolored liquid.

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