The cost of confession.

Hi Michael,

My name is Bill Y. I like your business model and am impressed with your remarkable acumen. How much would it cost to get you and Martin to make Bon Jovi confess to crimes against music?


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8 thoughts on “The cost of confession.”

  1. Michael–

    I’ve read The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler several times and not sure I understand it. When Chandler saw the movie he said he wasn’t sure he understood it either. Do you solve fictional mysteries?

    1. I’m afraid I can’t report back with much optimism. According to the word on the street, Bon Jovi are currently in Jakarta with no confession forthcoming. If Michael and Martin can’t handle real life catastrophes, I wouldn’t hold out much hope for fictional mysteries.

  2. Since cops aren’t one of their undercover costumes, I would like them to play good businessman, bad businessman for some dirty business I need to clean up. You think that’s a stretch they can handle? I leave this in your informed hands, Bill Y.

    1. I’m not really sure how I’ve become their manager. It’s just one of those things, I suppose. We’re not cleaning up any dirty business at the moment but will get in touch if our stance changes.

  3. Dear Michael,

    My youth is missing. I think it was stolen—though it’s possible I just lost it. I don’t remember so good anymore. Anyway, whether there’s been a crime or it’s just a mystery, I’d be willing to pay a lot to get it back.

    P.S. I think the tennis outfits would work best in this case.

    1. Ass the new manager of Michael and Martin’s Detective Agency, we would be happy to take your money but please note, our retainer is one tennis outfit and this is non-refundable,

    1. They are completely terrified of vampires but that’s something Bill Y, as their manager will work on.

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