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The juggler and the princess

Author: Fred Routt
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Creative Arts Book Company, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English
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"All Max really wants to do is practice his juggling, drink iced tea with his friends, and get over the death of his wife in a car wreck. He has no intention whatsoever of going back to being a detective. But a sharp-tongued policeman from his past, a seductive woman who resembles an ancient Near Eastern princess, and a fire-happy thug have other ideas. Max has to come to terms with his darkest dreams and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Routt
ISBN: 0887393446 9780887393440
OCLC Number: 51028741
Description: 207 p. ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Fred Routt.

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"All Max really wants to do is practice his juggling, drink iced tea with his friends, and get over the death of his wife in a car wreck. He has no intention whatsoever of going back to being a detective. But a sharp-tongued policeman from his past, a seductive woman who resembles an ancient Near Eastern princess, and a fire-happy thug have other ideas. Max has to come to terms with his darkest dreams and the possibility of new love as he explores familiar haunts in and around San Francisco. With the help of an eccentric friend who would be at home in Alice's Wonderland, a reclusive bibliophile neighbor, and a gun-savvy, Bible-quoting waitress, he pulls off a real-life feat of illusion that save his own life."--P. [4] of cover.

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