THE GOOD THIEF'S GUIDE TO AMSTERDAM, by Chris Ewan
He turns the American down; it's a rush job and he doesn't like the set-up. Keep an open mind, the American urges. Which, unfortunately, Charlie does, and the next night finds himself crouched in an unheated attic listening to another burglar ruining the victim's mattress and other upholstered pieces. Then Charlie, along with the beauteous bartender Marieke, find the American's tortured body. Shortly, Charlie is pursued by one of Amsterdam's finest, plus two thugs who are convinced he knows where the monkeys are.
It's a 4, a fun pursuit through the city's winter-chilly canals, brown bars, and crumbling infrastructure.
Find the author at www.chrisewan.com
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