A Nice Breeze

Ezra Printz? The name was kind of vague in my mind. I was already giving up on trying to remember when Bernie said, “Sometimes it helps to go over the facts. Ezra Printz – Hollywood flack who worked on the Greed shoot, notorious silent film that ended in bitter conflict between the director, Erich von Stroheim, and the producer, Louis B. Mayer – was the great-grandfather of our client, Kelo Printz, a client now missing, in fact, abducted.” Uh-oh. That all went by way too fast. “Remember that ransom call?” I tried and tried. “And what was the ransom demand?” Bernie went on. “A can of film.” He held it up. It sparkled in the sun, a lovely sight. I felt a current of air stirring in the box canyon from somewhere behind me, and not long after realized it was my tail. We were on the job, me and Bernie.


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2 Responses to “A Nice Breeze”

  1. Jenifer
    8:36 am on June 26th, 2009

    Chet – you give great visuals!

  2. Rebecca Rice
    6:19 pm on June 26th, 2009

    Chet, as a dog you hopefully won't be annoyed when I say this: Sometimes, you are so cute.

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