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I let out a relieved sigh, which immediately made me feel guilty because that had to be Reggie and at least one of the OMIH officials. Both males, one in his late twenties and the other late thirties to early forties. I shot a frown at Briar, but she was already moving, hurrying the rest of the way down the steep drive. I jogged to catch up, but drew up short as we reached the back line of cops. How the hell am I going to get through that? Two police dogs were present and one officer had a law enforcement grade tracking charm, but they seemed to be having trouble finding a sample for the dogs or charm.

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I let out a relieved sigh, which immediately made me feel guilty because that had to be Reggie and at least one of the OMIH officials. Both males, one in his late twenties and the other late thirties to early forties. I shot a frown at Briar, but she was already moving, hurrying the rest of the way down the steep drive. I jogged to catch up, but drew up short as we reached the back line of cops.

How the hell am I going to get through that? Two police dogs were present and one officer had a law enforcement grade tracking charm, but they seemed to be having trouble finding a sample for the dogs or charm. Briar pulled her badge and muscled her way through the crowd, flashing her credentials to anyone who gave her trouble. I followed in her wake, spotting more familiar than unfamiliar faces as I moved through the throng of officers. I almost made it too. He stared at me for a long moment, the deep lines around his eyes sharper today, the crease between his brows tight.

Then we both stood there, not looking at each other. What else was there to say? The silence hung heavy and thick, a tension that had been building one secret and small hurt at a time so that now a wall towered between us.

He gave a weary nod, but I think he was relieved the conversation ended. I hurried inside before anyone else could stop me. While cops packed the back entrance, the morgue was as cool and quiet as ever. I found Tamara in her office, one of her new interns stitching four nasty-looking lacerations. It was true, the woman acted like she was the one being sewn up without painkillers, instead of the reverse. Tamara noticed me in the doorway and nodded in greeting. My gaze stuck to the four jagged claw marks.

Ghoul claw marks. Or maybe she really was that quiet. I whirled around. Unfortunately, someone had already told her. The other official survived and was rushed to the hospital. Is that her? She shoved past me, not waiting for an answer. She walked over to Tamara and examined the half-stitched wounds. One scratch is enough to infect. Or Briar would terminate her first. Had the OMIH contained it or had it jumped hosts?

Briar gave me a skeptical look as she headed toward her SUV. What do you know about hunting ghouls? Not a whole hell of a lot. But I had one hell of a motivation to find and destroy that ghoul.

One of my best friends was infected. And her baby. I can sense the dead. The dead were a different story. The movement made the vials in her bandolier rattle. Then she unfolded it on top of a crate. They just avoid it. Either way, it will be drawn to the nearest graveyard. Rosemount Cemetery and Oak View are nearly equal distances from here.

If the goal is dead bodies, why not stick around the morgue? Briar considered this. If even one other ghoul dwells in one of these cemeteries, the new ghoul will be drawn to it. I glanced back down the hill where the crowd of cops had begun dispersing.

The bodies had been moved into the morgue and half the force had volunteered to start a grid search of the area, looking for the ghoul. Briar shook her head. The only way to stop a ghoul is to destroy the body. Which explains the incendiary rounds.

Briar looked from her map to the sky and then back. It was slightly past noon and a good six hours until dark. Then she opened the huge crate and pulled out a vial of something that my senses told me was particularly nasty.

And flammable. You run into trouble reaching the gate, toss that at a ghoul and it will be too busy burning to follow you. The drive to Rosemount was agonizing. I all but stumbled out of the SUV when it stopped. I hoped she assumed I got carsick easily.

I frowned at her and without answering, reached out with my senses. Grave essence battered at my mental shields. I let my mind skim over bodies as I walked a spiral pattern through the graves.

Briar stalked in my wake at first, but as I worked my way inward, her impatience got the better of her. She sat down on a bench and pulled out her crossbow. The way she handled it was almost loving, as if it were her closest friend—which would be very sad indeed.

My search had turned up half a dozen haunts and one grave with two bodies, but nothing else of note. She made a noise that was either a choked laugh or a snort—I was leaning toward the latter. Then we headed for Oak View Cemetery. The closer I got to the ghouls, the more every instinct in my body told me to run away.

Their drives were simple—feed and replicate. They were directly in front of me, in a small crypt. I could feel them sensing me back and I shivered. How the hell did there get to be so many? A couple of days later you have a new ghoul. Casey: Ryder Slater Brothers 4 E. Robb: Immortal in Death In Death 3 Copyrights by their respective owners and their use is allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law.

Both of them. A hot hand landed on my shoulder. I just want to check on Tamara. Tamara shook her head. Without a word, Briar turned on her heel and walked back out of the room. I followed her. Two days. Total 51 Pages: Previous 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Next.

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