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Author:Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

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ISBN: 9781250022578

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

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DAY SIX

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The most secure section of the VEKTOR facility was in the lowest level of the old mine, protected not only by electromagnetic shielding, but by a half mile of rock.

 

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Wraith by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

Author:Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens , Date: July 8, 2019

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Author:Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781250022578

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
DAY SIX

22

The most secure section of the VEKTOR facility was in the lowest level of the old mine, protected not only by electromagnetic shielding, but by a half mile of rock.

Chief Administrator Gorokhov rode the facility’s main wire-cage lift to that level, accompanied only by the lift operator. He needed the latest inventory figures, but he didn’t need his deputy administrator to know that he did.

The antique lift creaked and rattled. The air, growing warmer as Gorokhov descended, reeked of diesel fumes despite the gigantic air blowers up top. The stench of stale cigarette smoke clinging to the operator’s oil-stained coveralls was even stronger. It was a familiar smell. It made him remember.

* * *

It was raining that April morning when Evgeny Gorokhov hurried across Lubyanka Square, rushing for the entrance to the headquarters of the Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti—the Committee for State Security of the Soviet Union—known, and feared, as the KGB.

Gorokhov, then twenty-five, a serzhant—sergeant—in the Soviet Army, knew very well the history of this building, the notorious prison it housed, the thousands tortured and killed here during Stalin’s reign. He knew what occurred within it now in defense of the Motherland. But perhaps alone among the millions of his comrades, he wasn’t troubled by that knowledge, or by the enigmatic orders he had received earlier this morning to report here, smartly.

The USSR, despite the uncertainty of last October when Krushschev had stepped down, remained secure under the leadership of the new premier, Kosygin. That unwavering strength and security arose from the KGB, so how could young Gorokhov think of criticizing its procedures? He was a loyal servant of the State, so why should he be at all concerned about stepping through the narrow door beneath its ornate crest of hammer and sickle that so many never returned from?

As a child, he had felt the searing pain of his burning flesh when his drunken beast of a father had thrown him into the blazing fireplace before killing Gorokhov’s mother. As a child, he had made his father pay for what he had done. That event had shaped Gorokhov as surely as the Revolution had shaped modern Russia, and all for the good. He had no regrets, no remorse, and no fear.

And that, he learned later, is why he had been summoned this day. After what he had already endured, there was nothing left in this world for him to fear.

The hot and smoky conference room was already dark before its overhead lights were switched off. Heavy curtains had been pulled across narrow windows along one wall, isolating the room from the weak sunlight threatening to break through the clouds outside. When Gorokhov saw the equipment set up at the back of the room, he understood at least part of the immediate reason for his presence. He wore the black shoulder boards of a technician specialist, communications. The equipment was a motion picture film projector, an old model, but one Gorokhov had no doubt he could operate. It would be

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