By Don Winslow
Boone Daniels lives to surf. Laid again, ultra–California cool, the previous cop grew to become PI starts off every day with the sunrise Patrol, a close-knit workforce of surfers, top acquaintances who not just journey waves jointly yet have one another’s backs out of the water. It’s the existence Boone loves, all he wishes. To him, “There’s no such factor as a foul day on the beach.” So while one in every of their very own is murdered—especially an icon like Kelly Kuhio, a neighborhood hero—and one other surfer, a tender punk from the Rockpile staff, stands accused, the small international of Pacific seashore is rocked to its middle. Boone is aware he can not forget about the painful fact that violence is seeping into the browsing neighborhood. but if he concurs to aid the safeguard, the outrage he courts from the neighborhood, and the sunrise Patrol, is greater than he ever expected. He’s risking wasting the relationships that outline his lifestyles— simply while he wishes them so much. As Boone digs deeper into San Diego’s murkier facet, delving into locations the city’s reputationconscious institution could really he left on my own, it turns into transparent that greater than a homicide case is at stake. He quickly unearths himself available in the market by myself, suffering to stick afloat because the waves get rougher and rougher . . . and extra lethal. It’s The Gentlemen’s Hour—and it can be Boone’s final.
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But he never expected to see it in The Sundowner. The Sundowner is old school. Go in there, you’ll find guys from the Dawn Patrol, from the Gentlemen’s Hour, surfers from the pro tour, out-of-towners on a pilgrimage to a surf mecca. Everyone is welcome at The Sundowner. Maybe Boone should have seen it coming. The signs were all there, literally, because he started to see them in the windows of other joints in Pacific Beach, reading “No Caps. ” Gang colors?! Freaking gang colors on Garnet Avenue?
They’ve been sort of dating for some three months now and he’s attempted nothing more than a quick, virtually chaste brush on the lips. No, he’s been terribly well behaved, a real gentleman. Just two nights ago she had dragged him to a charity event at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art and he showed up wearing a smart summer khaki suit, with a blue Perry Ellis shirt he certainly couldn’t afford, and had actually had his hair cut. He’d been wonderfully tolerant of all the chitchat, and even wandered around the gallery with her and made some sharp observations about some of the pieces, though none of them was a depiction of breaking waves or a wood-sided station wagon from the 1950s.
He’s tall and broad-shouldered, with the lean, long muscles that come from a lifetime of paddling a surfboard and swimming. ” she asks in that upper-class British accent that Boone finds alternately aggravating and attractive. Petra Hall is a junior partner at the law firm of Burke, Spitz, and Culver, one of Boone’s steadier clients. She got her good looks and petite frame from her American mother, her accent and attitude from her British dad. “Because it usually isn’t,” Boone answers, feeling for some reason that he wants to argue with her.