A female thief escapes from the home of a murdered art collector, posing as a victim. Neal helps bothersome Burke, who invites himself to his luxury home while his apartment has state of the rat HiFi installed, identify and find her. They work out her latest robberies are after a historically priceless set of imperial Chinese jade elephants, a matter of diplomatic interest, but find setting a trap unusually hard. Written by
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In the introduction of the jade elephants, just minutes before the Japanese Envoy arrives to express their gratitude and asks for Neal and Burke's help, saying that the elephants are a part of their Empire's History, Neal explained that the Jade Elephants are part of the Chinese Empire's gift to delegates from countries to celebrate the Forbidden City. Chinese, not Japanese See more
[Peter is planning to stay in a hotel while his power is out
Peter, mi casa is su casa.
Su casa is not *even* su casa.