In Dick Scalps the Injuns, Richard Avery is sent to India to investigate the kidnapping of the US ambassador's daughter in New Delhi. He discovers that the White House and State Department are in an uproar over the subsequent kidnapping of Afghan President Karzai's eldest daughter who had been living on the ambassador's residential compound under an assumed name and attending the International School of Delhi. His search for the girls leads him from Delhi to the crematoria ghats in Banaras and the Taj Mahal. Okay, we admit Dick's not the most politically correct agent alive, and he sometimes bumbles and reminds us of what happens when you cross a certain French Inspector with a British Legume to produce an American Dick, but you have to admit that he's as cute as a pink Rottweiler when he's on the scent of a good case! Who says you can't teach an ole dog new tricks?
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This book is lots of fun!
- Leslie F.
The Bumbling Dick
Idk - but I would definitely watch it!
This was a very fun, comical book. I'm interested how the series progresses. For an aging government agent, it holds true to the typical male PI with his guy thoughts and lucky-yet unlucky conquests and daydreams.
An Lazy Day listen; yet a bit deep to clean-while-you listen.
The narrator provided appropriate tone and pacing for the book.
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