Burn Notice: The End Game by Tod Goldberg

By Tod Goldberg

Ex-covert op Michael Westen has a brand new customer. Paolo Fornelli is Helmsman for a yacht within the storm Cup-a winner-take-all race financed by means of the super-rich and preceded by way of per week of highstakes playing, high-risk enterprise, and high-class angle. Paolo's kinfolk has been taken hostage. If Paolo ever desires to see them back, he needs to make it to the ultimate race-and lose. to discover the abductors, Michael should infiltrate excessive society and input a dangerous online game opposed to deadlier competitors in a global the place cash is not the merely factor worthy killing for...

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Look, David,” I began, but Davey cut me off with a dismissive wave, which made me think breaking his wrist would be a favor to a lot of people. “Davey. ” “Right. David. No offense? But I don’t remember you. I don’t remember Gordon or Coop or DeWitt or any of the other guys you mentioned. ” “We went to school together for twelve years, Mike. ” I could’ve told him the truth. I could’ve said that I’d probably replaced him in my mind with weapons training manuals for every gun produced foreign and domestically for the last twenty years.

But we must get going so . . Westy . . ” Davey had no idea what Fiona was saying, but by the end of the day, I suspected that anyone I went to high school with would have a fairly strong mental picture of me. “Let me give you my card,” Davey said to Fiona, his voice just above a whisper, as if I couldn’t still hear him, as if he wasn’t standing directly in front of me, “in case he ever needs any help planning for his future. ” 2 You have two choices when facing a hostile interrogation: Tell the truth or tell a lie.

Listen. I’m going blind staring at cards. ” Dealing with Nate is often a delicate exercise. He doesn’t react well to authority. He also doesn’t think of me as authority, which compounds things. “Right,” I said. I picked up another card. This one featured a picture of a morbidly obese woman in a bikini. The inside said: I might be responsible for your stretch marks, but at least you’re not this fat. Happy Mother’s Day! ” Nate said. ” “I even eat with silverware. ” “If you had a yard, you could get one of those blow-up pools.

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