Killing Orders

Killing Orders

Book - 1993
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V.I. Warshawski's latest case has alreasy opened  up old wounds. But when a silky voice on the phone  threatened to throw acid in her eyes, V.I. knew  this one could finish her off with some brand-new  ones. The sour-faced old aunt she had agreed to  help was accused of stealing millions in stock  certificates from a pious order of Dominican brothers.  V.I. knew the woman was a witch, not a thief, and  she soon smelled something rotten in the sanctum  sanctorum of Chicago's most powerful movers and  shakers -- the Church and the Mob. Now someone wants  to see V.I. burn in hell. But this tough cookie of  a private eye had her back up, a brand-new Smith &  Wesson, and a daring plan to make the bad guys go  to the devil first.
Publisher: New York : Dell, 1993
ISBN: 9780440215288
0440215285
9780451214973
0451214978

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jenniferrabbit
Sep 26, 2017

Good. VI is asked by her hostile, estranged aunt to look into some counterfeit securities discovered in a church safe: shortly thereafter the aunt fires her from the case. Well written, good characterization, interesting plot as VI investigates Catholic clergy shenanigans.

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dmndriofan
Mar 16, 2014

VI #3

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kaijene
Nov 29, 2017

For years you have insisted I was Catherine's evil genius, her Rasputin, so it is no surprise to me that you blame me now.

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