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Although it was against military rules and regs they fraternized in the most intimate way. At first in his car and later in motels near the base in Sacramento. As they came to know each other better, she became more open about her desires. ” But he—and his anatomy—quickly tired of the sport because he wasn’t wired for it. He decided to self-prescribe Levitra. He took it with a Coke from the vending machine outside their favorite cheap motel. When they got back to the room, Tony slipped into the bathroom.

If he’d just done as he’d been instructed— No, he admonished himself. It was a good plan. He had intended to park the Land Rover in the underground lot of that absurd monstrosity of a federal building downtown, then wait for morning, when the place would be filled with enough infidels to send this fat, lazy nation a resounding message from Allah. The afternoon before, Abdal had followed one of the blind fools who worked there to an apartment near Fisherman’s Wharf—an elderly woman who wore the beleaguered look of a capitalist slave.

Jack shook his head. ” “Jousts. Knights. Helped them focus. ” “Ah. ” Jack smiled. “You’re a newsperson covering news. ” * * * Jack got lucky. There was a rookie uniform watching the SFPD’s guest, as they called him. There’s a myth that rookies tend to follow regulations. What they follow is experience and authority. They don’t just give it up, though; most have to be wooed by guys who have been-there, seen-that. Jack walked up, read the rookie’s name tag, showed his credentials. “Sorry, Mr. Hatfield, but we’re not supposed to allow press near—” “I’m not press, Officer Beckman, I’m a friend of Tom’s,” he said.

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