By John T Lescroart
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She paused. ” “That’s pretty much established, ma’am,” Bracco said. ” For the ﬁrst time Maya showed a reluctance to answer. Her back straightened for a second. ” Still rigid on her corner of the couch, now no longer smiling, Maya looked at her hands in her lap. “He made ninety thousand dollars a year. ” “A lot of money,” Schiff said. A P L AG U E O F S E C R E TS 43 “As I said,” Maya responded, “the store made money. And largely because of Dylan’s management. ” Schiff asked. Maya shook her head.
Hello,” he said after a brief moment, then identiﬁed himself. “I’m calling because you’re the emergency number on a cell phone in the possession of a man named . ” He raised his eyebrows at Banks, a question, and got the name again from the lieutenant. ” Bracco paused, listened. “Yes. Yes,” he said. “I’m afraid so. Well, at the moment I’m in the alley behind his place of business. Sure. Just tell the ofﬁcers who you are and they’ll let you through. No, you don’t want to bring your child. Can we send someone up to your house to get you?
He was an organized guy. Names, cell numbers, average buy disguised as coffee, dates. Of course, proving that this list was his 34 J O H N L E S C R OA RT marijuana customers won’t be easy. ” “Seventy or so. ” “That’s the theory. ” “No. The owner’s a Maya Townshend. ” “That might turn up. Oh, and last but not least, Vogler had a record. Robbery back in ninety-six. Jansey says he was just the driver and didn’t even know what his friends were doing, but I pulled up the ﬁle and he was not an altar boy.
A plague of secrets : a novel by John T Lescroart