By Stuart Woods
Lawyer Ed Eagle returns-and so does his past.
Santa Fe lawyer Ed Eagle has recovered from his encounters with Mexican prepared crime and his ex-wife, Barbara-who's even more risky. Now a mysterious new shopper has come his approach, person who may well shed gentle into a few darkish corners of Ed's past...and positioned him at risk once again.
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Extra resources for Santa Fe Edge (Ed Eagle Novel)
Eagle, Ed (Fictitious character)—Fiction. 2. Organized crime—Mexican-American Border Region—Fiction. 3. Divorced women—Fiction. 4. )—Fiction. I. Title. 54—dc22 This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, businesses, companies, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. While the author has made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers and Internet addresses at the time of publication, neither the publisher nor the author assumes any responsibility for errors, or for changes that occur after publication.
By the time he had roused himself and dressed, the doorbell was ringing. Dolly Parks was unexpectedly attractive—small, blond and shapely. She had dressed in informal but appropriate clothes for her interview. Tip invited her into his study. ” he asked. “No, thanks,” she said. ” “I liked your résumé,” he said. “Sounds like you’re a well-organized person. ” “At the end of last week. She called the day before she . . ” he asked. “Twenty-five dollars an hour, health insurance, three weeks’ vacation after six months.
In a corner was a silver-trimmed Mexican saddle, with a cowboy’s rope tied to it. She took the rope and started back into the apartment, then stopped. She had nearly forgotten the safe. She knelt before it and pressed in the code she had found in the desk. There was a soft click, then she turned the handle and the door swung open. To her delight, the first thing she saw was two stacks of bills, one of dollars, the other of pesos. She took both. On a lower shelf, half a dozen pistols were arrayed.