Poor Richard Charles Vella

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Poor Richard by Charles Vella
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How was Les supposed to know what these guys were up to?There he was, just a guy earning an honest, well, relatively honest living. Squeaking by, barely, until he met Delilah. But Less more promising love life raised the burn rate on his modestMoreHow was Les supposed to know what these guys were up to?There he was, just a guy earning an honest, well, relatively honest living. Squeaking by, barely, until he met Delilah. But Less more promising love life raised the burn rate on his modest means to the red line. So when Ira mentioned that a national airline had missed some payments on an airliner, Les wasnt in the mood to ask questions, or even to listen to Iras vague concerns about the assignment.

Les needed the money and the Department of Commerce, or maybe Iras other, more shadowy, employer, needed Les. That was how capitalism worked, and Les was a capitalist.So Les jumped at the job, and landed in an African jail. OK. Thats bad. But at least things cant get any worse. Then why isnt Les relieved when Iras real boss, the CIA Station Chief, bails him out?

And whats the deal with Lennox, the guy hes teamed up with, who sits in the copilots seat, flipping through skin rags and not saying a word? And what kind of a job is this anyway? Just fly the plane in and out Les. No big deal and a get out of jail free card. Good deal, right? Just one thing Les, and this one thing is very important.

No questions. At all. About anything. Got it. No questions. I mean its none of Less business anyway, right?But someone should have asked his mother, Ira, or anyone else whod ever known Les. Keeping his big mouth shut is one life skill that hed never mastered.

And, unfortunately, Les is not quite as dumb as he looks. As he puts the pieces together on what Lennox is really doing it slowly dawns on him that things can get worse. Much worse. Until suddenly things are as bad as they can get for sure.



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