By Josh Lanyon
A crippling knee damage compelled Elliot turbines to exchange in his FBI badge for dusty chalkboards and bored students. Now a background professor at Puget Sound college, the previous agent has placed his outdated lifestyles at the back of him—but it kind of feels his outdated lifestyles is not comprehensive with him. a tender guy has long past lacking from campus—and as a opt to a relatives buddy, Elliot consents to do some sniffing round. His investigations carry him face-to-face along with his former lover, Tucker Lance, the certain agent dealing with the case. issues ended badly with Tucker, and neither guy is able to backpedal at the struggle that drove them aside. yet they need to work out how to stream past their earlier and interact as extra males cross lacking and Elliot turns into the objective in a killer's obsessive game...
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I had no idea the Bakers went to the FBI. ” Not good. Another indication that Tucker had basically written Terry off as a runaway. Well, he always had been one for snap judgments. Yet, ironically, he heard himself defending the lack of progress. “The Bureau is investigating, but there are contradictory indications. ” “Of course he did. Why would anyone assume there has been a crime? ” Elliot recognized the inevitable signs of wanting to bargain with bad news. “It’s possible this second boy’s disappearance is a coincidence.
Except he wasn’t invincible. He never had been. Nor was he armed—and if he had to run for his life, he’d be shit out of luck. He turned to scan behind him. The long berm of grass was empty, but that old prickle of unease rippled its way down his spine. As hard to believe as it was, the conviction persisted that he was being watched. Followed. He waited. Gradually, his eyes picked out a darker shadow from the shade spreading beneath the top heavy hazelnut trees. The back of his neck tingled. Unless his eyes were play- ing tricks on him, someone was standing right there next to the thick tree trunk.
I’ve got the permission of PSU’s president. ” Elliot was expecting a more aggressive response. Tucker’s restraint put him in the unfamiliar role of belligerent. He unwound enough to say, “I’m not trying to step on your toes. I know you’ll want to interview Feder yourself. ” That was more the response Elliot had been waiting for. ” Tucker was probably not trying to rub in the fact that Elliot was no longer with the Bureau. He had his faults, but pettiness had never been one of them. He was likely merely stating the facts, but it hit Elliot on the raw all the same.
Fair Game by Josh Lanyon