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Cold Comfort by Susan Kiernan-Lewis

Chapter 27

The minute the work camp foreman walked down the center road where the men were lined up, Mike knew he was coming for him. He’d known it since last night when their unfinished business spoke louder than anything McKenna had actually said to him. And he knew whatever the bastard had to say to him was about to be delivered in a brutal and likely inhuman way.

And Mike knew he needed to take it. At least for now.

 

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Author:Susan Kiernan-Lewis , Date: July 12, 2019

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Author:Susan Kiernan-Lewis

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: thriller, kidnapping, ireland, emp, work camps, black market babies

Publisher: Susan Kiernan-Lewis
Chapter 27

The minute the work camp foreman walked down the center road where the men were lined up, Mike knew he was coming for him. He’d known it since last night when their unfinished business spoke louder than anything McKenna had actually said to him. And he knew whatever the bastard had to say to him was about to be delivered in a brutal and likely inhuman way.

And Mike knew he needed to take it. At least for now.

After breakfast was delivered, the door had swung over and everyone inside had been routed out into the long dusty passageway in front of the hut. Six soldiers with rifles prodded the men into two facing lines. It was the first time Mike had seen Tommy on his feet. He swayed uncertainly between Gavin and another man. There was no way the lad would be able to work in a mine today. No way he’d stay on his feet for long, let alone swing a pickaxe.

In the daylight each of the men looked ravaged and malnourished. The young men were hunched over from the work and abuse, the middle aged men looked like old men. Their clothes were filthy and stank even in the fresh air. Liam Carey stayed well away from both Mike and Gavin. He had to know even shackled they could easily break his neck.

Mike had spoken very little to Gavin but now he prayed the lad knew to keep his mouth shut—regardless of what happened. Megalomaniacs like McKenna typically needed little to be provoked into doing the unthinkable. And from the stories Mike had heard last night from Terry and the other men, damn little provoking was needed.

The sun was weak this morning but at least it didn’t look like rain. Whatever was coming had to be something important for McKenna to lose even a morning at the mines. The foreman strode down the middle of the two lines of men and stood in front of Mike although he didn’t look at him. Food stains were visible on the man’s shirt from a hasty but recent breakfast. His soldiers stood watching the assembled men warily for any sign of insurrection. The very thought was absurd. Most of them didn’t look like they had the strength to remain standing for long.

McKenna scanned the two lines of men. His eyes rested briefly on Father Ryan who stood with his head down and then went to an older man who stood at the end of the line, with one hand on a man next to him as if for support. A reptilian smile slithered across McKenna’s face as he nodded at the man. Two soldiers instantly went to the older man and dragged him to where McKenna stood. The old fellow—probably no more than fifty but looking much older—stumbled once before he stood before the foreman.

McKenna raised his hands to the assembled group.

“We have three new workers,” he said. “You’ll have met them by now. Said they’re here because they were curious.

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