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But there we were on our porch, and a neighbor was asking for help. We crossed Fifth Avenue and up ahead I could see a disorganized crowd gathered on the sidewalk, all turning to watch us. We slowed to a walk and people let us through. Ahead was a two-story Monterey revival house with a perfect lawn and perfect citrus trees out front.

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It was the most impressive place on the block, with a long balcony and ornate railing. Its door was standing open. Jim was talking as we went up the sidewalk. Somebody had spent a sweet inheritance on the place.

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Off the entryway was a living room that looked straight out of Architectural. Digest: dark, Mission-style furniture, flawless barrel ceiling, ornate Spanish tile around the fireplace, and Indian pottery of a size and quality I usually saw only at the Heard Museum. I stepped into a bedroom, followed by Lindsey.

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It was probably a nice bedroom, with a sweet smell in the air and French doors looking out on a shaded courtyard, but I felt like an intruder. A man was asleep in the middle of a king-size bed.

He was a tall, dark-haired man, lying naked atop the covers. I walked carefully around to one side of the bed. Before I got to the carotid pulse I could tell he was dead. And even if I might recognize the man in the bed, that would have to wait for the detectives and evidence techs. His face was hidden, buried in a pillow, and all I saw was a nice haircut and a misplaced kitchen tool. Later, after the city cops were through with us, we started back home.

The tour organizers were expecting fifteen thousand people, and out on the sidewalk it seemed as if a few hundred were watching our show, along with an obligatory TV news crew. I suppressed an involuntary shiver as Lindsey took my hand. We crouched to get under the yellow tape. Then, the people on the sidewalk made way for us.

Nobody talked. Most everybody was watching the house, and the official comings and goings. But she was watching me. At first, I might have mistaken her for a man: a young, cute man. The kind of boy who makes teenaged girls melt. She was wearing a loose, sleeveless T-shirt, the kind you see at a gym, and cargo shorts that reached to her knees, and something about her was tough looking. Her arms were muscled, and her face was what a less politically correct age would call mannish.

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But her calves were shapely and smooth—a small tattoo that looked like a Chinese character decorated one ankle—and I detected breasts pushing against the T-shirt. This was an interesting, striking, androgynous person, and I needed something to take my mind off death on a Sunday morning. Lindsey was still wearing her badge, on a chain around her neck.

Her hand stiffened in mine, and then pulled away. The woman stood there smiling. It brought all her features together, and her face was suddenly more attractive. She looked me over and smiled more. Dave, this is my sister, Robin. Close Search for:. Amateur Sleuth. British Library. Contemporary Women. General Fiction. Literary Criticism. Media Tie-In. Police Procedural. Private Investigators. Reference: Bibliographies and Indexes.

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A yacht, bobbing about in the Dorothy L. So her prim and General Fiction Police Procedural. ISBN: The Poisoned Pen. Indie Bound. About The Author Jon Talton. Read an Excerpt Chapter One I knew what was coming. Off the entryway was a living room that looked straight out of Architectural Digest: dark, Mission-style furniture, flawless barrel ceiling, ornate Spanish tile around the fireplace, and Indian pottery of a size and quality I usually saw only at the Heard Museum. Jim shook his head. He was still sweating profusely.

She had not quite a smile on her face. Book 6 of 7. Order in the next 5 hours 44 minutes and get it by Friday, September Book 7 of 7. More About the Authors. Jon Talton. Jon Talton is the author of 12 novels, including the David Mapstone Mysteries and the Cincinnati Casebooks, and one non-fiction book. His latest novel is the mystery, The Bomb Shelter. Jon's award-winning work has been widely praised by the critics.

For Dry Heat, Publishers Weekly wrote, "Taut prose helps tighten the screws, and the winning, sensitive portrayal of the Mapstones -- both of them a relief after too many hard-nosed PIs who are all gristle and no brain -- lends credibility to the noirish narrative. He is the economics columnist of the Seattle Times and is editor and publisher of the blog Rogue Columnist. Prior to that, he was a business and op-ed columnist for the Arizona Republic.

Before journalism, he worked for four years as an ambulance medic in the inner city of Phoenix. He also was an instructor in theater at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Jon is a fourth-generation Arizonan who splits his time between Seattle and Phoenix. Back to top.

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