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Devil in the Wires (Field Ops, Book 2) by Tim Lees

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By Tim Lees

"It's an ideal circle, Chris. The god gets his viewers, the grid gets the power—and we remove darkness from Chicago."

After the perilous retrieval of a long-dormant god from Iraq, Chris Copeland—professional god hunter and corporate troubleshooter—is approximately able to surrender his activity. yet his employers on the Registry produce other plans… plans to construct an influence facility at the beaches of Lake Michigan. Adam Shailer, a emerging celebrity on the Registry, thinks he can cage the god, drain its strength, and gear the city.

It's Chris's activity to ensure not anything is going flawed. And at the beginning, every thing turns out wonderful. nice, even. but if ecstatic devotees commence leaving human sacrifices at the seashore close to the god-house, it fast turns into transparent that the god isn't really as contained because the Registry might have all people think. The devil's within the wires, and there's no turning again now.

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Priscilla narrowed her eyes. " Abby tittered, which made Toto wag his tail. I pursed my lips in a moment of thought. " Helen Beckitt snorted out a breath through her nose. "This isn't a joking matter," Priscilla snapped. "Oh. Sorry. " I turned to face Anna. "It wasn't me. " Anna asked quietly. I folded my arms. "I'll make sure he never hurts anyone. " Murphy stepped forward and said, "Excuse me. You said that three members of the order had died. " "Maria," Anna said, her words spaced with the slow, deliberate beat of a funeral march.

If I had to work any forces while I was in there, I'd be crippled practically to the point of total impotence. I turned to see Anna staring at me in blank surprise. She was aware of what I had just done. "There," I told her. "If I was of the spirit world, I couldn't cross your threshold. If I had planned on hurting someone in here, would I have disarmed myself? " Murphy took her cue from me, and entered the same way. "I…" Anna said, at a loss. " "Judgment call," I told her. "You're a cautious person, and there are kids in this building.

The doorman's shoes were nicer than any I owned. I opened the outer door with Thomas's key and marched to the elevators, Mouse walking smartly at heel. The doorman watched me, and I spotted two security cameras between the front door and the elevator. Security would have a pretty good idea who was a resident and who wasn't—and an extremely tall and gangly man in a black coat with nearly two hundred pounds of dog with him wouldn't be something they forgot. So I tried to stall them with body language, walking the walk of the impatient and confident in the hopes that it would make the security guys hesitate.

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