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The Evil Below (Linford Mystery Library)

by Richard A. Lupoff

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'INVESTIGATOR SEEKS SECRETARY, AMANUENSIS, AND GENERAL ASSISTANT. APPLICANT MUST EXHIBIT COURAGE, STRENGTH, WILLINGNESS TO TAKE RISKS AND EXPLORE THE UNKNOWN...' In 1905, John O'Leary had newly arrived in San Francisco. Looking for work, he had answered the advert, little understanding what was required for the post - he'd try anything once. In America he found a world of excitement and danger...and working for Abraham ben Zaccheus, San Francisco's most famous psychic detective, there was never a dull moment...

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'INVESTIGATOR SEEKS SECRETARY, AMANUENSIS, AND GENERAL ASSISTANT. APPLICANT MUST EXHIBIT COURAGE, STRENGTH, WILLINGNESS TO TAKE RISKS AND EXPLORE THE UNKNOWN...' In 1905, John O'Leary had newly arrived in San Francisco. Looking for work, he had answered the advert, little understanding what was required for the post - he'd try anything once. In America he found a world of excitement and danger...and working for Abraham ben Zaccheus, San Francisco's most famous psychic detective, there was never a dull moment...… (more)

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