By Ridley Pearson
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Laena became inoperable yesterday afternoon at around four, eastern. ” “So they’ve got the list,” Larson said. ” Seven to eight thousand people, including dependents—women, children, spouses and relatives. ” “Not for Markowitz, though,” said Larson. ” “You have. By me. ” Larson held his breath, disentangled himself from the toilet paper roll, and leaned forward to study the cut more closely. There was too much rot and decomposition for him to determine if a razor blade had been responsible, though he knew this would ultimately be the judgment of the coroner or medical examiner.
In the morning, his mind made up, he returned to the farmhouse. He found it empty and deserted. Even the tire tracks had been swept out of the dirt, as if no one had been there in years. He blamed Rotem, though never to his face. He blamed her for waiting so long to ask. He blamed himself forever for wavering, for leaving her side, even for a moment, that day. Touchdown returned him to the present and delivered the requisite black Navigator to the jet’s stairs. This kind of service made Larson feel both important and uncomfortable, neither of which pleased him.
He addressed his two pursuers as they drew closer, the face of the more senior of them revealing his surprise that Larson would allow himself to be caught. “Gimme a minute of privacy,” Larson said as he continued down, determined to appear unruffled. Reaching the basement level, he entered a cavernous anteroom that held only a mirror, a small wooden table, and twin tapestry chairs that looked to be from a museum. Beyond this anteroom was the actual bathroom, about the size of a soccer field. Sinks straight ahead.
Cut and run by Ridley Pearson