By Cecilia Peartree
Can an individual ever fairly switch? Christopher and Amaryllis ask themselves this query whilst a tender guy they already comprehend as a troublemaker knocks on the door in their vacation caravan one rainy day.
Their try and resolution it takes them and their acquaintances on a perilous trip from a Pitkirtly ice-cream store to a knitting membership after which to a cattery sooner than it reaches a perilous end in an outdated railway yard.
This is the 3rd novel within the Pitkirtly sequence of quirky mysteries, following 'Crime within the Community' and 'Reunited in Death'
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The attempted hit on Cohen not only showed that Mickey was vulnerable, it suggested that Bugsy’s powerful friends had no particular commitment to his protégé’s survival. In short, Mickey looked weak, and in the underworld, weakness attracts predators. So when the head of the LAPD administrative vice squad called just weeks after the attempted rub-out to inform Cohen that they “had him down for a ten to twenty thousand dollar contribution” for the upcoming reelection campaign of incumbent mayor Fletcher Bowron, Mickey knew what was happening.
Something horrifying was happening—to Parker and to his marriage. ” He, in turn, was soon describing his wife as a “damned fool,” an “idiot,” a “god-damned bitch”—and worse. What Bill was like before his marriage we do not know; however, these adjectives, this intolerance of fools, would be all too familiar to the men who later worked with (and for) him. In less than two years, Los Angeles had frustrated Parker’s hopes and brought out the ugliest features of his personality. Bill Parker was discovering that in Los Angeles, violence, dreams, and desire kept close company.
His talent with his fists took the diminutive brawler to New York City to train as a featherweight boxer. 38 took him into the rackets, first in Cleveland, then in Al Capone’s Chicago. In 1937, Mickey returned to Los Angeles to serve as gangster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel’s right-hand man. It was a job that put him on a collision course with Bill Parker. For three decades, from the Great Depression to the Watts riots, Parker and Cohen—the policeman and the gangster—would engage in a struggle for power, first as lieutenants to older, more powerful men, then directly with each other, and finally with their own instincts and desires.
A Reformed Character (Pitkirtly Mysteries, Book 3) by Cecilia Peartree