Buried Caesars (Toby Peters Series #14)

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It's September 1942, and Gen. Douglas MacArthur has hired private eye Toby Peters to recover some incriminating papers that might keep the general from going into public life after the war. The papers, and funds that could help MacArthur finance a campaign, have been stolen by a civilian aide, Andrew Lansing. Meanwhile, Peters is offered the services of another detective, former Pinkerton op Dashiell Hammett, who's hiding out from Lillian Hellman while trying to recover his health so he can enlist in the army. The chase leads the two to Angel Springs, Calif., and to the mysterious and eccentric millionaire, Mr. Pintacki, who has his own ideas about keeping America great, which don't include a general as president. After Peters discovers Lansing's body on Pintacki's property, the crazed tycoon and his goons pursue Hammett and Peters; the latter, at the same time, tries to make time with his former wife and runs afoul of his uptight cop brother Phil. This 13th entry in Kaminsky's ( The Man Who Shot Lewis Vance ) immensely popular series about Peters tries too hard and spreads itself too thin: the background and the effort to establish it are just a little too obvious. (Apr.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780445408784
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/1990
  • Series: Toby Peters Series, #14
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 192

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2001

    Peters to the rescue!

    Toby Peters, Stuart M. Kaminsky's Hollywood private investigator, is back once more in 'Buried Caesars.' It seems that General Douglas MacArthur has his eyes--and stars--set on a political career. Alas, one of his aides scampers away with the campaign funds--and some highly sensitive papers that certainly would impact the American Caesar's political future! But Peters is his man; the general calls him in and off Toby goes. He teams up with Dashiell Hammett, but ultimately solves this whole thing by himself (after Dash gets kidnapped!). A fun read by Kaminsky who does an excellent job of capturing the time and the place, not to mention the characters!

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