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  • I mean, there’s a million crazy rumours in the naked city tonight, but nobody seriously thinks he was bumped off because someone wasn’t happy with the merger, or because Andy Spence wants the job, or because Dick McAndrew wanted to get even for Union Jack closing down Socialism Today, or because he hadn’t delivered one of his thousands of broken pre-election promises,” Charlie rattled off, enumerating the suggestions on his fingers.

    Conferences are Murder

  • Meanwhile the ambulance had bumped off the flying field onto the lower road and had passed the main entrance gates of Caesar’s Court.

    The Fashion in Shrouds

  • No, he had very serious business with Junior Maggione, unfinished business that probably went all the way back to Maggione Sr., who had bumped off his pal Jimmy Hats.



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