The Timid Traitor (2020)

The Timid Traitor Frank W. Butterfield The Timid Traitor Tuesday January It s a cold January morning As Nick and Carter sip their hot coffee in an attempt to stay warm passers by are stopping to gawk at San Francisco s newest skyscraper at Ma
  • Title: The Timid Traitor
  • Author: Frank W. Butterfield
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  • Page: 484
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The Timid Traitor Frank W. Butterfield Tuesday, January 11, 1955 It s a cold January morning As Nick and Carter sip their hot coffee in an attempt to stay warm, passers by are stopping to gawk at San Francisco s newest skyscraper at 600 Market Street The grand opening goes off without a hitch and without the Mayor or anyone else of note, for that matter.Meanwhile, back on Bush Street, Nick has a new clienTuesday, January 11, 1955 It s a cold January morning As Nick and Carter sip their hot coffee in an attempt to stay warm, passers by are stopping to gawk at San Francisco s newest skyscraper at 600 Market Street The grand opening goes off without a hitch and without the Mayor or anyone else of note, for that matter.Meanwhile, back on Bush Street, Nick has a new client Her name is Mrs Anne Marie Boudier She s charming She s chic She was at Marnie s wedding on the groom s side And she wants Nick to find her long lost husband.So she can kill him.And so begins a twisting and turning escapade of old secrets and new betrayals that will eventually take Nick and Carter across the Atlantic Ocean as they finally discover who the real traitor is.
The Timid Traitor Frank W. Butterfield

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  1. Ulysses Dietz

    The Timid TraitorFrank W ButterfieldBy the author, 2017We re finally entering the year in which I was born 1955 and America s richest gay man is still on the hunt for truth, justice and the American way Nick Williams new twenty story office tower is turning heads in San Francisco, and he is once again embroiled in complicated post war mysteries that will take him, and his laconic Georgia farm boy husband, to various destinations around the world I love the Nick Williams books they re not deep, b [...]

  2. Karen

    I started reading the Nick Williams Mysteries two weeks ago and just finished book 10 I m borderline obsessed Now I wish I d paused long enough between books to make brief review reading notes, but happily can suggest reading the intelligent and insightful reviews by Ulysses Dietz to get a sense of the pros and cons of each book in this series The books start in 1953 I was born the year before and obviously can t claim vivid memories of the early 50s, but the decade is strongly imprinted on my c [...]

  3. Neet

    This is the 10th book in the Nick Williams mystery series and it takes place in January of 1955 We find the dynamic duo at the grand opening of the modern skyscraper that Nick has purchased, and where the new offices of his business will be Family and friends gather excitedly for the ribbon cutting The building is deemed the lipstick building by some in the press Nick isn t used to the modern architecture and doesn t seem excited about moving in the new location Also, Ben Carlos arrive from Los [...]

  4. Yafa Crane Luria

    Another fun read I wish there were I wish I could read one a week I love the characters in the Nick and Carter mysteries And in the Timid Traitor, the plot is juicy.

  5. David Tangredi

    Sorry folks, this is not a book you want to take on a long vacation, not unless you also bring a few of Frank s books with you This is another of my favorites in the series, but one that goes fast Not soon after you start it, you ll find it hard to put down And just when one curiosity is satisfied, another is piqued If you read it by a pool, wear sunscreen cause you re not going to remember to roll over in time Since new characters are continually folding into the fabric, there s always one or [...]

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