Harry's old friend and fellow P.I., George Dillard, calls Orwell asking for his help. Harry goes to a meeting place and learns that George has been murdered. He begins investigating his friend's death, and discovers he was working for a woman named Lisa Soong, who is concerned her father is in danger. The case leads Orwell to a U.S. Marine sergeant who smuggled valuable pieces of art out of Vietnam before it fell, and is now attempting to get it into the country. Written by
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Lt. K.C. Trench
Orwell, what we have here is a probable homicide, which does not allow for withholding evidence. I hope that nuance is not wasted on you.
I'm very good at nuances.