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Bill Eggers

Managing Partner

Woodman & Weld

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Woodman & Weld

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Woodmen & Weld law firm


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Stuart Woods - Strategic Moves - Paperback

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Stone's other dinner partner, Bill Eggers, managing partner at the prestigious law firm of Woodman & Weld, pretty much ran Stone, who, working from his home office in Turtle Bay, handled cases and clients of Woodman & Weld that they did not wish to be seen to handle.
"You're late," Eggers said. "I'm late for dinner with Dino," Stone said, "but since I didn't have a date with you, I prefer to think of myself as right on time for our meeting." Eggers managed a chuckle. "Fair enough," he said. "I'm buying tonight." "For me, too? Stone raised his glass, but Eggers put a hand on his arm. "Is there an occasion, Bill, or are you just feeling magnanimous?" "A little of both," Eggers said, taking an envelope from his pocket and handing it to Stone. "Bill, have you taken to personally delivering payment of my bills to the firm?" "Open it," Eggers said. "Don't bother to thank me," Eggers said. "Why, thank you, Bill, and please thank anyone else at the firm who had anything whatever to do with this." "I want you to know-and I realize I'm saying this in front of a witness-that if the growth of the Strategic Services account continues as I believe it will, then by this time next year I may very well be recommending you for a partnership at Woodman & Weld," Eggers said. "I will take your silence as evidence of shock," Eggers said. "Make it three," Eggers said to the waiter, "and let me see the list of special wines." "Dino," Eggers said, "you've done Stone many favors on our behalf over the years, so I'm happy you could be here, too." "Only should you die in our service," Eggers said pleasantly. Eggers opened the wine list, glanced at it, then closed it. "Order something that will go well with a Château Pétrus 1975," he said, opening his menu. "Make it three," Eggers echoed, "and mine medium." The waiter dematerialized. "Tell me," Eggers said to Stone, "have you figured out why Jim Hackett was murdered?" "You're shitting me," Eggers said. "I shit you not," Stone replied. "You will recall that my client, at that time, was an arm of Her Majesty's Government. They made me sign the Act." More specifically, Stone's client had been a lovely redhead, who also happened to be the head of MI6, the foreign arm of British Intelligence. "And," Eggers said, "I perceive that your work for them resulted in the resignation and arrest of the British foreign secretary and the home secretary." "I cannot either confirm or deny your perception," Stone said, "but just between the three of us, I would be very much surprised if those two gentlemen ever came to trial." "I suppose, if that happened, too much embarrassing information would come to light," Eggers said. "That is what I suppose, too," Stone replied, "though no one has said as much to me. The government managed to keep it out of the British newspapers by employing the Official Secrets Act." "It made the New York Times," Eggers said. "All copies of which were banned for sale that day in the UK," Stone said. "I don't think that sort of thing has happened since the abdication of Edward the Eighth." "I'm glad your name was kept out of it," Eggers said. "The firm would not have liked that sort of publicity. Our London office has too many clients who might have been embarrassed by your participation." "I'm glad, too," Stone said. "Believe me." Dinner arrived, and the bottle of Pétrus, which Eggers tasted with some ceremony. "We'll drink it," he said to the waiter, and they did. "Eggers liked that.


Stuart Woods Books | Author Profile | Doubleday Large Print™ Books

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Bill Eggers, the managing partner of Stone's law fi rm, Woodman & Weld, spoke up from across the table.
"Never mind the writers," he said, "where are you two guys going to eat?" Stone's other dinner partner, Bill Eggers, managing partner at the prestigious law firm of Woodman & Weld, pretty much ran Stone, who, working from his home office in Turtle Bay, handled cases and clients of Woodman & Weld that they did not wish to be seen to handle.  Eggers managed a chuckle. "Fair enough," he said. "I'm buying tonight."  Stone raised his glass, but Eggers put a hand on his arm.  "Is there an occasion, Bill, or are you just feeling magnanimous?"  "A little of both," Eggers said, taking an envelope from his pocket and handing it to Stone.  Stone saw, through a window in the envelope, his name, which indicated to him that it might be printed on a check. "Bill, have you taken to personally delivering payment of my bills to the firm?"  "Don't bother to thank me," Eggers said. "Why, thank you, Bill, and please thank anyone else at the firm who had anything whatever to do with this."  "I want you to know-and I realize I'm saying this in front of a witness-that if the growth of the Strategic Services account continues as I believe it will, then by this time next year I may very well be recommending you for a partnership at Woodman & Weld," Eggers said.


Stuart Woods Books | Author Profile | The Mystery Guild® Book Club

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Bill Eggers, the managing partner of Stone's law fi rm, Woodman & Weld, spoke up from across the table.
"Never mind the writers," he said, "where are you two guys going to eat?" Stone's other dinner partner, Bill Eggers, managing partner at the prestigious law firm of Woodman & Weld, pretty much ran Stone, who, working from his home office in Turtle Bay, handled cases and clients of Woodman & Weld that they did not wish to be seen to handle.  Eggers managed a chuckle. "Fair enough," he said. "I'm buying tonight."  Stone raised his glass, but Eggers put a hand on his arm.  "Is there an occasion, Bill, or are you just feeling magnanimous?"  "A little of both," Eggers said, taking an envelope from his pocket and handing it to Stone.  Stone saw, through a window in the envelope, his name, which indicated to him that it might be printed on a check. "Bill, have you taken to personally delivering payment of my bills to the firm?"  "Don't bother to thank me," Eggers said. "Why, thank you, Bill, and please thank anyone else at the firm who had anything whatever to do with this."  "I want you to know-and I realize I'm saying this in front of a witness-that if the growth of the Strategic Services account continues as I believe it will, then by this time next year I may very well be recommending you for a partnership at Woodman & Weld," Eggers said.


www.mysteryguild.com

Bill Eggers, the managing partner of Stone's law fi rm, Woodman & Weld, spoke up from across the table.
"Never mind the writers," he said, "where are you two guys going to eat?"


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Herbie convinces Bill Eggers, the managing partner of Woodman & Weld, to sign him on as a client - with the goal of taking down the infamous mafia boss Carmine Datilla.


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