The town thought they’d planted
him . . . but here he was very much alive!
WHICH ONE IS STRABO?
Cold rain water trickled down the back of Strabo’s neck as he swung up into a car. He ignored the discomfort as he hurried from one car to another searching for a tall, broad-shouldered man with black eyebrows and silver hair.
It had taken him three long weeks to comb the entire Puma County region for the killer of fellow agent Jim Hawkshurst. His remorseless search had led him to the night train from Flathead to Ladyville.
When he found Shyrack, he would kill him.
Strabo was the agent whom St. Louis Intelligence sent out when they needed somebody eliminated. Some called him a killer, but he preferred to regard himself as a remover of human waste.