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The pot thief who studied Einstein / J. Michael Orenduff.

By: Orenduff, J. Michael (Jess Michael), 1944-.
Series: The pot thief ; 3.Publisher: Taylorville, IL : Oak Tree Press, c2010Edition: 1st ed.Description: 211 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781610090018.Report number: BC-Summer/11; J. Michael Orenduff listSubject(s): Schuze, Hubie (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Murder -- New Mexico -- Fiction | New Mexico -- Antiquities -- Fiction | New Mexico -- FictionGenre/Form: Mystery fiction.Summary: Appraising a collection of Anasazi pots strikes Hubie Schuze as an easy way to pick up a fast twenty-five hundred even though he has to be blindfolded on the trip to the reclusive collector's house. He finds three of his own Anasazi copies in the collection, but what he doesn't find when the driver drops him back home are the twenty-five crisp hundred dollar bills the collector gave him. Getting his money back requires Hubie to find a place he visited in a blindfold, and the only clues to its location are his three copies. When Detective Whit Fletcher forces Hubie to identify a John Doe at the morgue, it turns out to be the collector. Hubie is not a suspect, yet. But the longer Hubie pursues his missing appraisal fee, the more tangled he becomes in the shadowy life of the collector.
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Appraising a collection of Anasazi pots strikes Hubie Schuze as an easy way to pick up a fast twenty-five hundred even though he has to be blindfolded on the trip to the reclusive collector's house. He finds three of his own Anasazi copies in the collection, but what he doesn't find when the driver drops him back home are the twenty-five crisp hundred dollar bills the collector gave him. Getting his money back requires Hubie to find a place he visited in a blindfold, and the only clues to its location are his three copies. When Detective Whit Fletcher forces Hubie to identify a John Doe at the morgue, it turns out to be the collector. Hubie is not a suspect, yet. But the longer Hubie pursues his missing appraisal fee, the more tangled he becomes in the shadowy life of the collector.

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