By Jo Graham
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Reeling from the poor occasions of Homecoming: Stargate Atlantis, the crew are doing no matter what it takes to discover their misplaced workforce - whether it capacity turning to their enemies for support. whereas Teyla and Ronon search info from the Genii, Colonel Sheppard reopens stressful negotiations with the Wraith, Todd, suffering to make sure that he continues to be Todd's best friend and never his hostage. e-book 2: the Legacy Series
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Asking harder questions won’t help. If she’s got a photographic memory, she’ll know anything we throw at her, and if she doesn’t, and we ask her some obscure question about one of the reporters Mencken worked with at the Morning 56 InsideJob_interior 4/14/05 9:23 PM Page 57 INSIDE JOB Herald, or one of his Smart Set essays, she can say she doesn’t remember, and it won’t prove anything. ” “I’m not talking about facts and figures, Rob,” Kildy said. ” I thought of the first time I met Kildy, looking up from my desk to see her standing there, with her blonde hair and that movie-star smile.
Ariaura has to be getting her information about Mencken from someplace,” I said. “We need to find out where. We need to check with bookstores and the library. And the internet,” I said, hoping that wasn’t what she was using. It would take forever to find out what sites she’d visited. ” Kildy asked. “I want you to go through the transcripts like you suggested and find out where the quotes came from so we’ll know the particular works we’re dealing with,” I told her. “And I want you to talk to your publicist and anybody else who’s been to the seminars and find out if any of them had a private enlightenment audience with Ariaura.
Someone with a photographic memory could make a killing as a fortuneteller or a medium, and there were no signs of a photographic memory in Ariaura’s channeling act—she spoke only in generalities. “Or she might be coming up with the answers some other way,” I said. “What if she isn’t, Rob? ” “Kildy, channels are fakes. ” “I know,” she said, “but his answers were so—” She shook her head. ” “But Ariaura’s a terrible actress. ” 54 InsideJob_interior 4/14/05 9:23 PM Page 55 INSIDE JOB “All right,” I said.
The Lost (Stargate: Atlantis, Book 17; Legacy, Book 2) by Jo Graham