The Bug-Shoe Detective: A Bright Night At The Office… (Continued 5)

Vance stepped out of the Jeep at Tony’s place. So far, the scanner had nothing unusual: a traffic stop, a couple of reports of the meteorite falling, but nothing about where it had landed.
Tony’s house was a fairly large adobe home, with the curves at the corners and roof line that softened its lines to the eye. It had a three-foot tall adobe wall around the yard.
Vance could hear music playing out back, and there was a light on inside. That meant that Tony was likely out in his back yard with his telescope and binoculars. That was a hopeful thought for Vance.
Tony was an amateur astronomer, and quite a good one. If he was out back sky-watching, Tony had likely seen the meterorite fall – and that meant he might have an idea where it had landed…
Palien Green: The Bug-Shoe Detective – A Bright Night At The Office…(Continued 5)