Max Smart and the Ghastly Ghostly Affair (Get Smart, Book 9) by William Johnston
By William Johnston
Assigned to path KAOS's most sensible U.S. assassins to a mystery seminar, Max and spouse ninety nine board a educate and begin looking for the KAOS killer contingent. they're trying out passengers while lunch is introduced. one after the other all of the passengers dossier into the eating vehicle . . . and disappear! instead of forget about the "drop-out" scenario, Max and ninety nine document the curious incident to the conductor, who conducts them, at gunpoint, to the engineer—KAOS's fast-acting, antiseptic murderer, Arbuthnot. The teach speeds to Arbuthnot's devilish destination—a ghost city with a small yet decided inhabitants: one ectoplasmic prospector and his immortal mule. Max manages to win the western wraith to the aspect of excellent. yet can Max and his supernatural sidekicks cease Arbuthnot? and may Max ever locate his Coolidge-head penny cell in time to summon leader and Control's counter-attacking counter forces. As traditional, Max's blundering booboos and senseless maneuvers threat buddy rather than foe!
Which all provides as much as a ghastly ghost affair that's relatively out-of-this-world leisure.
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