By David Hosp
Scott Finn, emerging superstar at a Boston legislations company, has labored not easy to tug himself out of the Charlestown initiatives. whilst the physique of his co-worker and past love, Natalie Caldwell, floats to the skin of Boston Harbor, Finn is grief afflicted. yet shortly, he’s tapped via the company to exchange her within the security of a high-profile purchaser. As he retraces Natalie’s footsteps, Finn starts to resolve the grim secret of her homicide. yet police lieutenant Linda Flaherty is additionally scorching at the path. What neither Finn nor Flaherty notice is what’s at stake if as a matter of fact exposed: billions of bucks, the careers of the Massachusetts elite, and their very own survival.
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For a few seconds I tried to comply, just to humour the Inimitable. It was obvious that he was seeking distraction from the terrors of his recent accident. I focused on the swinging watch. I listened to Dickens’s droning voice. In truth, the heavy warmth of the closed room, the lowered lights, the single gleam of gold swinging back and forth, but mostly the amount of laudanum I had taken that morning, lured me—for the briefest of instants—into the briefest state of fuzzy-headedness. If I would have allowed myself to, I might have fallen asleep then, if not into the mesmeric trance that Dickens would have so loved to induce in me.
There was something sinister afoot there, my dear Wilkie. I am sure of it. ” “Yes,” rasped Dickens in that stranger’s voice, lowering his chin into his collars. ” I sat back in shock. “Dear God. ” For the first time I wondered if the accident had mentally unhinged my famous friend. It was true that during his narration of the accident, I’d held serious doubts about the description and even the actual existence of this “Drood”—the man seemed more a character out of a sensationalist novel than any human reality that could be encountered on the tidal train from Folkestone—but I had ascribed that possibility of hallucination to the same sense of shock and disorientation that had robbed Dickens of his voice.
There was only the pale arm ending in the bloodless and tightly curled and now motionless fingers. Without another word, Dr Morris turned and walked away, joining other rescuers milling around other victims. Dickens got to his feet, blinked, licked his lips, and reached for his flask of brandy. It tasted of copper. He realised that it was empty and that he was tasting only the blood left on it from some of the victims to whom he had offered it. He looked around and around for his top hat and then saw that he was wearing it.
Dark Harbor by David Hosp