By Maureen Tan
Laid low with stories of her lover's homicide, burnt-out MI5 operative Jane Nichols strikes to Savannah, Georgia, and devotes herself to writing hard-boiled inner most eye novels, even if, among Savannah's historical homes is an enemy from her previous.
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He returned to the kicker, rolled him onto his belly, then stripped the man’s belt to bind his wrists. The man shrieked when Pike twisted the injured arm behind his back, and tried to get up, but Pike racked his face into the floor. ” Pike had neutralized the assailant and secured the premises in less than six seconds. The older man tried to sit up as Pike worked. ” “It’s okay. ” He didn’t look fine. Blood veiled his face and spattered the floor. The man saw the red spots, touched his face, then examined the red on his fingers.
The sleeping houses below were surrounded by blue-and-gray trees that shivered and danced in the St. Vitus wind. Cole wondered if someone down there had awakened like him. He wondered if they had suffered a similar nightmare—seeing their best friend shot to death in the dark. Violence was part of him. Elvis Cole did not want it, seek it, or enjoy it, but maybe these were only things he told himself in cold moments like now. The nature of his life had cost him the woman he loved and the little boy he had grown to love, and left him alone in this house with nothing but an angry cat for company and a pistol that did not need to be put away.
Pike glanced at his watch to note the time, then turned toward the sandwich shop, thinking he could make it to her in less than six minutes. ” He heard voices behind her and pressed the accelerator harder. “Ms. Rayne? ” “They broke the window, and—Yes, I’m all right. I guess it happened last night. Oh, man, I’m sorry, I shouldn’t have called. ” Pike eased off the accelerator, but continued to their shop, and once more pulled into the gas station across the street. He left his Jeep, and went to the curb for a better view.
A.K.A. Jane (Jane Nichols, Book 1) by Maureen Tan