Herbie's Game

Herbie's Game

Book - 2014
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"It's everyday business when Wattles, the San Fernando Valley's top 'executive crook,' sets up a hit. He establishes a chain of criminals to pass along the instructions and the money, thereby ensuring that the hitter doesn't know who hired him. Then one day Wattles finds his office safe open and a single item missing: the piece of paper on which he has written the names of the crooks in the chain. When people associated with the chain begin to pop up dead, the only person Wattles can turn to to solve his problem is Junior Bender, professional burglar and begrudging private eye for crooks"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY : Soho Crime, c2014
ISBN: 9781616954291
Branch Call Number: M HAL
Characteristics: 387 p.;,20 cm


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Oct 13, 2017

Disk 2 and Disk 3 are the same. (minor problem)
This was fun to listen to. Junior Bender, the main character, is funny (in a smark-alec kind of way). A lot of interesting information is given (e.g., the reason for the French revolutionary pins).

The reader captures all the characters quite well and was a pleasure to hear.

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