The Green Bottle

The Green Bottle

Book - 1996
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"When trouble comes, you can usually find Jim Rockford in the middle of it.... And this time is no exception. Rockford is expecting a quiet day of lazing around the beach and evading the bill collectors; sure, he gets $200 a day, but there haven't been too many days of work coming his way. Lucky for him, he's just found a missing green bottle for a rich - and very grateful - client. That's taken care of last month's bills. Today he's going to get lucky enough to take care of next month's bills, too, when an eccentric old lady shows up with a sob story about a lost cat - and with a big expense check in advance." "Or lucky is how it's going to look, for a little while. Then Rockford's going to find out about the stolen property, and the beautiful woman who's disappeared into the dangerous glitter of Hollywood, and the Pulp Fiction look-alikes who want to rearrange his anatomy. And then he's going to find out that the case of the green bottle wasn't quite as simple as it looked...."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Publisher: New York : Forge, 1996
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312862299
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY Kaminsky
Characteristics: 318 p. ; 22 cm


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