By John Meaney
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I pushed the memory aside as I stopped the Sussita at the main gate, winding down the window. In the big guard box, a square-faced man in uniform slid his window open. " I held up my pass. " The guard ran a blunt finger down a clipboard. " There was a click, and the iron gates unlocked. Another guard came from behind the booth and swung one gate open. I slipped the car into gear and moved forward slowly, careful not to spray gravel. Then I rolled up the driveway, and parked in front of the Sanatorium's 18th century façade.
Yes. I miss you... " "I'm meeting Moshe. But I wish you—" Then crackling had filled the phone, and I'd stopped for a moment. " That was when a deep voice had sounded in the background – Jean-Paul calling out – and the line had clicked and buzzed. Unsatisfying as hell. Here in the club, as the music continued, an older couple got up from their table to leave. Good. "Timing is everything," Brummie Greenmore used to say, though he'd been thinking of warfare, not the social graces. I manoeuvred past four young women who were bouncing in their seats, unable to look away from the stage, their skirts revealing enough inner thigh to give their rabbi a heart attack.
You need to go the Sanatorium," he said after a moment. "Shit. " "Um, yeah. " "It's about a guy who goes away to war" – Schröder scratched the small of his back – "then comes back to find his world has turned to shit. " "Same old world, twenty-eight centuries later. " I spread my hands, palms up. " "Go on, Wolf. " But outside in the corridor, my half-smile faded. Perhaps the world had changed – on that scorching day two decades earlier, in the emptiness of New Mexico beneath a clear sapphire sky, when Oppenheimer's team of genius physicists exploded the first bomb and, like the Greeks' Prometheus, brought white-hot fire to the world.
New Jerusalem by John Meaney