Fourth in the brilliant crime series by the Numer One bestselling fantasy author all around the world. When Mick 'Brew' Axbrewder catches a bullet while in the process of taking out the top hitman of 'El Senor' - Puerto del Sol's only real crime-lord - his partner and sometime lover, Ginny Fistoulari decides to get the both of them out of town. But running doesn't seem to solve half their problems. Mick, without a PI licence and fast alienating Ginny, must rebuild his life, but the only way is to trust the one man he is coming to hate most, Marshal Viviter: an old college friend of Ginny's, and a phenomenally successfully private investigator. Viviter appears to have everything, and be everything, that Mick could ever hope for, but there are strings attached to his help - strings which could get Mick killed ...She needed rest and ibuprofen, regular physical therapy, frequent checkups, but the doctors said shea#39;d be all right. Parker ... But once the shock to his solar plexus eased, he recovered well enough. ... Me they kept for a day and a half. ... They bandaged a few contusions, trapped my hand and arm in a cast to protect my dislocated elbow. ... Every time she tried my phone, she got a busy signal. But eventually, when most of the other cars had left, she saw two people run for the building.
|Title||:||The Man Who Fought Alone|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-11-25|