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Killing The Lawyers
Killing The Lawyers
Author: Reginald Hill
He thinks lawyers are pompous, patronizing and extortionate, but P.I Joe Sixsmith didn't murder Peter Potter even though he was seen coming out of Potter's office muttering something about killing lawyers. When another lawyer from the same firm turns up dead, Joe knows he has to find the real killer and fast!
ISBN-13: 9780373262984
ISBN-10: 0373262981
Publication Date: 12/1/1998
Pages: 268
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Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Laid-off lathe-operator-turned-private-eye Joe Sixsmith has the interesting knack of stumbling into situations that always sseem to require some explanation. Like murder.

Apart from the fact that he thinks they are pompous, patronizing & extortionate, Joe has nothing against lawayers. That doesn't mean he murdered Peter Potter, though he's been seen coming out of the man's office muttering something about killing lawyers. He then manages to find a second lawyer from the same firm dead in her bedroom.

Now he's simply trying to avoid being a usual suspect, find the real killer, discover who's threatening a young track star--an actual paying client, this one--and if possible, live to enjoy another full English breakfast.