By Joe Conlan
Chilling and taut, anonymous, introduces a clean and intriguing twist at the lethal online game of cat and mouse. through advantage of 1 impulsive and deeply human, yet all too grave mistake, an excellent and respectable guy unearths himself pitted opposed to the embodiment of evil and threatened with wasting every thing and everybody he loves and values; together with the pristine acceptance he has endeavored all his grownup existence to set up. FBI designated Agent dependable Daniel Falcone unwittingly steps onto direction for a head-on collision with a frighteningly awesome psychotic serial killer, whose harrowing youth abuse and overlook left him without humanity and salivating for revenge. Framed for a brutal homicide on a advertisement cruise send, and combating for the fitting to elevate his sons and transparent his identify, Falcone races opposed to the clock and struggles to maintain his eyes at the prize, even whereas his profound guilt and self-loathing threaten to damage him quicker than his maniacal adversary.
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There were many more visitors around, turning the vast space into an obstacle course of people of all sizes that Reilly and his accomplice had to slalom through, leaving a trail of startled screams THE TEMPLAR SALVATION 33 and indignant outbursts behind them, knowing that any collision would be disastrous. Behind, their pursuers had merged into one frantic pack and were cutting through the crowd, hot on their heels. Reilly saw a main entrance looming on the right and veered toward it—only to stumble to a halt when three other cops stormed in through its big glass doors.
The cop was rambling something incomprehensible in Italian, his sweaty face bristling with stress. Reilly brushed him aside without breaking pace and kept mov ing. The cop recovered and caught back up to him and grabbed him by the arm, hard this time, yelling at him, his other hand waving a steel baton angrily and gesturing with it for Reilly to turn around and join the exodus. Reilly reached into his pocket for his creds—then remembered he couldn’t use them, not there. He was probably on their most-wanted list right now.
Reilly was craning his head back for another look in the direction of the fallen priest and the air lock into the archive. Apart from the constant hum of the climate control system, all was quiet— for now. “That’s what Simmons said. He was sure of it. ” He put down the ream of bound folios and picked up another volume. The Templar fond occupied three entire shelves at the far end of the archive, eclipsing the fondi around it. Which wasn’t surprising. The affair had been the biggest political and religious scandal of its time.