By Donn Cortez
Through air, sea, and land the participants of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab are referred to as out. In a box outdoors the Everglades a balloon has simply set down; the lone guy contained in the basket is lifeless -- an obvious suicide. A yacht riddled with bullets limps into the Port of Miami; just a gravely wounded hijacker survives, confessing that there are medicinal drugs someplace on board, yet he cannot locate them. an area journalist, trying to get away of the rat race with a singular in keeping with the folk he covers on his beat, is located useless. within the yacht's galley is a record-setting sunfish that looks the major piece of facts to simply what was once being smuggled at the send, but the lab is stumped after they become aware of not more than the traditional parasites infesting the fish. A raunchy video of a citrus heiress having intercourse in a public position provides her the rationale to kill the journalist-turned-novelist, yet she has an alibi. All small items of the puzzles that Horatio Caine and the member of his group need to get to the bottom of to determine why these kind of humans have been killed. earlier than it really is over the contributors of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab are stuck up in an intrigue that reaches to the center of Castro's Cuba.
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Yeah," said Delko. " *** Horatio Caine had realized long ago that the city of Miami and the Florida Everglades were inextricably linked. Despite the glittering skyscrapers, despite the limousines and SUVs and sports cars, despite all the beautiful people and the opulent places they frequented, at its heart Miami was a swamp. It had a very specific ecology: it had predators and prey, it had diurnal and nocturnal schedules, it had environments that nurtured some creatures and were deadly to others.
The other cadets walked behind them, spread out between the two bright pink lines, each sweeping a metal detector in a slow arc. It wasn't a perfect system, Calleigh knew. The gun could easily lie to either side of her estimation of the balloon's footprint, or have gotten stuck in underbrush; the cadets were under instructions to pay close attention to such possibilities, but even so she was counting a great deal on luck. Calleigh hated relying on luck.
Her worry was rapidly becoming misery. "But— Marssai said there was no way we could get in trouble. " Natalia gave her a sympathetic smile. "Look, I'm just trying to understand. " "It was Marssai's idea. She said it would be great— like being a porn star but not. I mean, everybody thinks it's her, but it isn't— and I know it's me, but nobody else does. " "Actually, it kind of does. " "Not really. The only people who knew were me, Marssai, Delwyn, Gwen, and Jeremy. " "That writer guy? He was hanging around Marssai for a while, but she said he gave her the creeps.
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