By Derek Haas
Columbus has retired. Or so he thinks. He and his lover, Risina, a mysterious rare-book broker, have fled to a tiny Italian coastal village the place nobody understands their names. And but Columbus has difficulty letting move.
His paranoia is justified while, at some point, he notices a suspicious guy following him, and inside of days he is again in Chicago tring to figureout why his outdated fence has been abducted and perhaps even killed. The ransom word left in the back of calls for Columbus via identify . . .
The Silver undergo needs to now sever this final hyperlink along with his darkish prior if he and Risina are to ever have desire at a brand new lifestyles. but Risina turns out to teach a awesome knoack for the kill herself . . . and maybe there will not be an opportunity for turning again.
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Extra resources for Dark Men: A Silver Bear Thriller
I’m sorry . . this is new to me. I thought I was prepared, had prepared myself for something like this, but . ” She swallows and bites her lip. I know she is sorting her thoughts the way a contract bridge player organizes playing cards, bringing all the suits together before laying down the next play. ” She’s trying to read my face, less interested in what I say than how I look when I say it. It’s a skill she’s picked up from me. I answer with the truth. ” She absorbs this like a physical blow.
Ha. ” She laughs. “I’m terrible, I know. ” Risina has forged a relationship with a fisherman’s wife, Kaimi, one of the few village natives to venture to our house after we settled. Kaimi’s a plump woman, with a broad forehead and a broad smile. She’s been teaching Risina the basics of cooking—how to season the meat before grilling it, how to add spices to the pot before boiling the water—but it’s a bit like teaching music to a deaf man. Risina can get the mechanics right, but for some reason, the end result is as flavorless as cardboard.
She insisted, but the decision was, is, mine. I could have blown off Smoke, protested I was out, truly out, that Archie’s problems were Archie’s problems, taken Risina and fled to another isolated country, but the truth is . . I didn’t want to. I’m like Eve staring at the picked apple, but that’s not quite the right metaphor. I’ve already tasted the apple and instead of facing banishment, I’ve been offered passage back into Eden, or into my definition of paradise anyway. But at what price? There is always a price.