Deadly Quicksilver Lies (Garrett P.I. 7) by Glen Cook

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I went through withdrawal. "I like this room, Garrett. Tells me a lot. " I waited. Clients go through this. They're desperate when they arrive. They wouldn't come to me if they weren't. But they stall around before admitting that their lives have gone out of control. Most end up telling me how they chose me. Maggie Jenn did that. Some change their minds before they get to the point. Maggie Jenn did not. "I didn't realize I was so well known. " Apparently my name was common coin among the ruling class, to which Maggie Jenn clearly belonged, though she had not revealed where she fit.

She picked it. She was fourteen. " "Right. Emerald. " Of course. That's what became of Patricia and Betty. They started calling themselves Amber and Brandi and Fawn. "But she might be going by Justina. When life gets serious, they fall back on their roots. " Wonder of wonders, she understood. "You might. Only I never go in there, so I don't know what it might be. " She gave me a strange look. " Though maybe, unconsciously, I didn't want her hanging over my shoulder. "Back to that name. " She gave me that look again.

What a great excuse for raising hell. He went to work. A moment later, I was watching Linda Lee scamper up Macunado, her anger so palpable eight-foot ogres scooted out of her way. Her visit lasted so briefly I caught a last glimpse of Maggie Jenn's litter before it, too, got lost in traffic. Mugwump sent me a scowl to remember him by. What a day. What next? One thing seemed certain. There were no more lovelies headed my way. Sigh. Time to take a minute to see what Eleanor thought about Maggie Jenn.

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