By Randy Singer
After the objective of an investigative document storms a Virginia seashore tv station, he kills one of many anchors earlier than the SWAT staff takes him down. Following the victim’s funeral, her relatives records a lawsuit opposed to the gun corporation who synthetic the killer’s weapon of selection. The attorneys for the plaintiff and defendant―Kelly Starling and Jason Noble―are younger, charismatic, and winning. They’re additionally effortless blackmail objectives, either harboring a private mystery so devastating it could possibly damage their careers. thousands of dollars―and various lives―are at stake. yet as Kelly and Jason conflict one another, they realize that the true struggle is with unseen forces cause on controlling them either.
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They had video of two Eastern European women tending bar, waiting tables, even taking out the trash. The camera angles had been carefully selected so the viewers could never quite get a good look at the students’ faces. The tape cut to Rachel, standing in front of the bar, a serious tilt to her head. ” The next shot featured Rachel interviewing one of the workers. The editors had blocked out the student’s face and digitally altered her voice. She talked about the owner of The Surf—Larry Jamison—the man who had promised the girls jobs and paid for them to come to America.
But that was a conversation for another day. Rachel fiddled with her earpiece, listening to the show’s producer give Lisa Roberts and Manuel Sanchez, Lisa’s co-anchor, instructions about the next few segments. Rachel sat up as straight as possible, though she would still be a few inches shorter than Lisa, and smiled at the camera. The show’s producer started the countdown. Lisa didn’t change her scowl until the man said zero, triggering a magical transformation from spoiled Diva to devoted and caring newswoman.
He smiled at her and popped a second magazine out, quickly jamming a third into place. Jamison tilted his head back and shouted. “We’re not on the air! ” He took a step closer and looked down at Rachel. ” His eyes flashed with excitement. ” Rachel did as she was told, fighting panic. To her left, she saw a flicker of movement, a crouching figure. She forced herself not to look. She hoped it was Bob Thomas, the show’s director, a tall and lanky man who had disappeared once the gunshots started. Bob would not let her die.