Striker looked at Harrigan, "How does he even know about this case?"
"He's old friends with Milton Dunn," Harrigan said.
Something changed in Striker's eyes. He didn't like me to begin with, but I generally seemed to be nothing more than a nuisance to him. Now, he looked at me like I was a threat. It was weird.
"Harrigan," I said, "I'll let you know when something turns up."
"Randolph!" Striker said forcefully. "If I find out you're withholding information I'll nail your ass to the wall, you understand?"
"Striker," I grinned, "I don't think your hammer is big enough."
Neville Hunt over 5 years ago
Striker nicely set up as a nasty piece of work. But it’s good to know that in the hammer comparison contest he ain’t gonna nail Jake’s ass.
Steve McBrevity over 5 years ago
The weekends are not long enough to keep up with Jake’s ride and that’s before Neville’s outpourings as well. Suspense in spades both sides of the Atlantic has never been this good. Will there be a cross over?
Christopher over 5 years ago
Thanks, Neville and Steve.
Never say never, Steve. :)