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By Roger Hobbs

It’s prior to sunrise at the South China Sea whilst 3 skilled pirates open fireplace on a small smuggling yacht. Their aim: a bag of uncut sapphires worthy thousands. but if one among them stumbles throughout a major treasure that wasn’t at the occur, every little thing is going sideways. inside mins of them are useless, leaving the 3rd, a coldblooded psychopath, to assert either the sapphires and the mysterious providence for himself. If he disappears, he won’t simply be prosperous. He’ll have the facility to alter the process history.

His boss, Angela, isn’t approximately to enable that take place. She calls in a desire from her onetime protégé: a fixer occasionally referred to as Jack, or extra frequently as easily the Ghostman. inside of hours he’s flying midway around the globe to discover her within the glimmering neon slums of Macau. Jack has no genuine identify, no deal with and no fingerprints—but given the perfect motivation, he could make critical difficulties vanish. even though the 2 haven’t talked when you consider that they botched a task six years in the past, once Jack’s off the aircraft they’re again jointly back, dealing with down a criminal offense boss, a success guy and a conspiracy larger than something they’ve ever encountered and extra risky than they could’ve imagined.

Their partnership—between individuals with no lasting relationships whatsoever—is on the very middle of a singular that may cement Roger Hobbs’s prestige as certainly one of our so much gifted crime writers.

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Vanishing Games: A novel (Jack White, Book 2)

It’s earlier than sunrise at the South China Sea whilst 3 skilled pirates open hearth on a small smuggling yacht. Their aim: a bag of uncut sapphires worthy thousands. but if considered one of them stumbles throughout a tremendous treasure that wasn’t at the happen, every thing is going sideways. inside of mins of them are lifeless, leaving the 3rd, a coldblooded psychopath, to assert either the sapphires and the mysterious providence for himself.

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Está tudo doido! exclamavam em dueto a Rotina e o Carrancismo. [So this Avenue business is actually serious? Avenue? A very long, very straight, very well-paved, very well-built, very well-lit street in Rio de Janeiro . . Everything is crazy! ] The mock outrage that is expressed underscores the writer’s point that the government has achieved the almost impossible: it has replaced disorder, twists-and-turns, disrepair, and darkness with order, efficiency, durability, and light. Bilac, in the same issue of Kósmos, speaks directly to a personified carrancismo: “Inaugurou-se a Avenida!

Describing the city before and after the reforms in the updated guidebook, the journalist uses electric lighting to illustrate the total transformation Pereira Passos made possible during his four-year term (1902–1906). Ferreira da Rosa states that, on December 31, 1902, Rio de Janeiro was a sleepy, dirty, boring city with gas lights, yet “on December 31, 1906, Rio de Janeiro was all illuminated by electricity,” implying that this light made the city lively, clean, and modern (29). This claim, however, was false.

Following Haussmann’s example, the Avenida Central was, in part, meant to be wide enough to eradicate dangerous popular 26 BRAZIL UNDER CONSTRUCTION uprisings (that previously had barricaded streets lengthwise) and to make it easy for the military to navigate the city quickly. The Avenida Central spanned 108-feet across, making it wider than Buenos Aires’s Avenida de Mayo, a statistic with added significance because of Rio de Janeiro’s competitive relationship to the neighboring capital, already endowed with wide boulevards and a modernized port (Benchimol 200).

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