By Richard Castle
Derrick hurricane is back--this time with a crack workforce of ghost CIA operatives. those former brokers have all faked their very own deaths and now paintings for the CIA on a strictly mystery foundation, taking over risky and unlawful jobs the organisation won't formally perform. They're headed to the Molguzar Mountains to appear for sixty billion dollars' worthy of gold hidden via the KGB earlier than the cave in of the Soviet Union, and taking a dangerous detour to rescue FBI agent April Showers from a sociopathic torturer. yet Storm's loyalties are placed to the try because the project starts off to solve right into a bloody mountaintop showdown, and he and Showers needs to discover the difficult approach that their project is probably not what they suggestion it was...
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Extra resources for A Bloody Storm (Derrick Storm, Book 3)
Yeah, Jupe,' agreed Pete. Jupiter glanced at Pete--and then stared! ' Pete asked nervously. 'I think I know the answer,' Jupiter said quietly. ' Pete cried. 'Look down,' Jupiter said. ' Pete leaped up as if stung. He stared back at the long, heavy, rug-covered bench he had been sitting on. ' There was a silence. Then the rug rose slowly in the air and fell back as the 'bench' was revealed to be a long chest with a lid that swung up. The boys and Mr James blinked at the scared figure that emerged from the chest.
I see, yes . . They are, are they?. . Very well, Alfred. ' The artist hung up, and considered the boys. 'So, you are detectives, after all. Alfred informs me that you are honest boys, and quite clever. ' Mr James leaned his Masai spear in a corner. 'Mr Hitchcock has helped us greatly,' Jupiter said primly. 'So he said,' Mr James stated. 'However, he also says that involvement with you three is to be avoided at all costs, if I value my peaceful life, and that you tend to have somewhat wild imaginations.
Hal declared. ' 'Then what you saw was a print of a very famous painting by a great French painter named Francois Fortunard. A masterpiece, boys, but one that no longer exists. It was destroyed by the Nazis when they occupied France during World War II. They hated Francois Fortunard's work. It was a terrible tragedy for art. ' 'I don't think any prints were made, sir,' Jupiter said. ' Pete exclaimed. ' 'Any Fortunard would be worth a fortune,' Mr James said, 'but one that had supposedly been destroyed might be worth much, much more.
A Bloody Storm (Derrick Storm, Book 3) by Richard Castle