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Published: 2019-03-16T22:00:00+00:00

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Mob Rules by Marc Rainer

Lee’s Summit, Missouri

“Your boss didn’t have any problem with kicking him loose?” Lynn asked Trask as they followed the pups around the inside perimeter of the dog park.

Trask waited until another couple passing them and walking the other direction was out of earshot. Lynn understood why. Trask couldn’t risk any privileged information being overheard by the public, and he couldn’t even be too specific with her about the facts of an open investigation.

 

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Author:Marc Rainer

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9781642375831

Publisher: Gatekeeper Press

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Lee’s Summit, Missouri

“Your boss didn’t have any problem with kicking him loose?” Lynn asked Trask as they followed the pups around the inside perimeter of the dog park.

Trask waited until another couple passing them and walking the other direction was out of earshot. Lynn understood why. Trask couldn’t risk any privileged information being overheard by the public, and he couldn’t even be too specific with her about the facts of an open investigation.

“We got some stuff that backed up Dom’s claim of self-defense, and if the case against him was left open, we would have had to release that information to his attorney in discovery. That would have torpedoed an even bigger open investigation, so we really didn’t have much choice. J.P. didn’t like doing it—neither did I—but he understood why we had to dismiss the case.”

“Is he happy with the progress on the new thing?”

“Very. We all are. You know the old saying, ‘I’d rather be lucky than good?’”

“Of course.”

“I’d say we’re riding a hot streak at the moment. ‘Lucky’ doesn’t even begin to describe what we got yesterday.”

“You’ll have to fill me in when you can.”

“Certainly. I had a hunch about it—thanks to you—but I had no idea how correct that hunch was.”

“Thanks to me?”

“You can be an angry mama when somebody threatens the pups, like when those kids were throwing rocks at them the other day. If Dom goes down like I think he will, it’ll be in large part because of another angry mother.”

Trask looked ahead and saw Boo and Tasha make the turn at the far end of the park before heading back to Lynn and Trask at a full run. A small, full-blooded Husky saw them passing her and easily caught up, loping beside them. Tasha was surprised and gave the larger dog her most menacing warning. Boo greeted the Husky happily, making a sound like a Star Wars wookie.

“I think Boo sees a cousin,” Lynn said as Nikki trotted up to greet the Husky, rubbing noses with it. “Nikki has always had a thing for Huskies, too.”

“Tasha has delusions of grandeur,” Trask replied, picking up their little Mini-Schnauzer to keep her out of trouble. “You’re not the park referee, squirt.”

The Husky trotted off across the median to her owner, and Trask and Lynn completed their last lap. They unlatched the leashes hanging on the fence by the gate and loaded the girls back into the rear seat of the Rogue.

They headed back southward toward Raintree.

“Without telling me what you can’t tell me, how big is the new thing with Dom?” Lynn asked.

“We’re not even sure yet. We just have some very good leads to follow that will give us those answers.”

“Do we need to be worried about security at the house?”

“No more so than usual. If that changes, we’ll make the adjustments.”

“I don’t want you, or me, or the pups to get hurt.”

Trask patted her hand. “I don’t either, and I hate to see you upset. I really don’t want to see you angry.

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