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The Pot Thief Who Studied Pythagoras - J. Michael Orenduff
The Pot Thief Who Studied Pythagoras
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When a shady character offers him $25,000 to steal a thousand-year-old pot from Albuquerque's Valle del Rio Museum, Hubert Schuze knows he should turn it down. His pot digging may be illegal, but it's a big step from that to robbery. But he figures it can't hurt just to visit the museum and assay... show more
When a shady character offers him $25,000 to steal a thousand-year-old pot from Albuquerque's Valle del Rio Museum, Hubert Schuze knows he should turn it down. His pot digging may be illegal, but it's a big step from that to robbery. But he figures it can't hurt just to visit the museum and assay his chances. He figured wrong. After deciding the museum is impregnable, he returns to his shop to find a BLM agent who accuses him of stealing the rare pot. Theft charges escalate to murder.Hubert's powerful deductive skills and weak nerves are put to the test as he solves the crime and clears himself.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781892343307 (1892343304)
ASIN: 1892343304
Publisher: Dark Oak Mysteries
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
Series: A Pot Thief Murder Mystery (#1)
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5.0 The Tao of Hubie
There is no sub-genre within the mystery genre that could classify this book, and I mean that as a compliment. Pot thief and pottery shop owner Hubie Schuze is so unlike any other protagonist in a mystery series, I can’t compare this to other books and say “it’s like X.” It’s not. So what is it li...
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