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24.

When the waitress returned to take our orders, Caitlin’s smile lit up the room.

“I’ll go clockwise,” Caitlin said, nodding my way. “He will start with the buffalo rock shrimp. For the entree, the Wagyu skirt steak with cheese and herb fries and roasted market vegetables on the side. Let’s pair that with a 2009 Cabernet—”

 

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Author:Schaefer, Craig [Schaefer, Craig]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

ISBN: 9780990339397

Publisher: Demimonde Books

Published: 2015-01-19T16:00:00+00:00
24.

When the waitress returned to take our orders, Caitlin’s smile lit up the room.

“I’ll go clockwise,” Caitlin said, nodding my way. “He will start with the buffalo rock shrimp. For the entree, the Wagyu skirt steak with cheese and herb fries and roasted market vegetables on the side. Let’s pair that with a 2009 Cabernet—”

As she continued, moving on to Bentley’s meal, Pixie leaned back in her chair—on the other side of Caitlin—and whispered, “Is she actually ordering for all of us?”

“Yes. Yes, she is.”

Pixie arched an eyebrow. “Why?”

“Because she can,” I whispered back.

“I kinda had my meal picked out already.”

“My best advice,” I told her, “is to just surrender and let this happen.”

Not much later, Pixie stared wide-eyed at her fork, chewing slowly.

“What is this, again?”

“Hamachi crudo,” Caitlin said. “It’s essentially an Italian take on sushi. Clean and simple. Fresh sliced yellow tail, a sprinkling of cracked black pepper and sea salt, a dash of lime juice, drizzle on some extra-virgin olive oil, and there you go. A delicate dish for a refined palate.”

“I love it. I mean, I never would have thought to even try this, but I love it.”

“I knew you would.” Caitlin patted her napkin to her lips, looking smug.

I craned my neck, making sure we had privacy before getting down to business.

“Okay, so the key to this grift is playing on Royce’s paranoia. He has to believe that it isn’t safe to keep the Judas Coin at the club. That if he doesn’t move it, we’ll snatch it out from under him.”

“Start simple,” Bentley said, lifting a forkful of salad. “A whisper campaign. We can ‘accidentally’ let it slip that you’re in town to steal the coin, not to win it. You’ll deny everything, of course. Which, if you do it properly, will only make him more certain of your guilt.”

“Dumb question,” Pixie said, “but do demons, um, go online at all? I could whip up some anonymous deep-web traffic mentioning the coin and pretend to be a buyer offering a bounty for it.”

Caitlin wagged her fork at her. “Excellent idea. Royce has an affection for technology. If he doesn’t hear about it himself, one of his worker bees will report it to him.”

“Can you backdate the post so it looks like the bounty went up a few days ago?” I asked.

Pixie gave me a look. “Have you met me?”

“If you really want to spook him,” Margaux said, “he needs to hear the story from inside his own house, from someone he trusts.”

“Naavarasi is a Flowers noblewoman, but she’s in Denver,” Caitlin mused. “Wouldn’t want to use her for this, regardless. She’s too valuable an asset. Still, she might know someone local who she wouldn’t mind putting to good use…I’ll call her after dinner.”

“At least the knife is secure,” I said. “We’re halfway to setting Coop free.”

Pixie raised her fork. “About that.”

“Yeah?”

“You’re trading the knife and the coin to this Ecko guy to get Coop back, right?” she asked.

“That’s right.”

“So,” she said slowly, “how are you going to get the money to his widow from selling the knife?”

I shrugged.

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