Resurrection 66

This is a chapter of the book I am writing for NaNoWriMo. If you want to read it from the start, click here for the chapter index.

Anxiety

Sunday evening, Jon Langston was worried. He had seen on the news the shooting of the police officer in Silerville, and how Reeves had been taken in for questioning. He hadn’t heard from Mr. Black for a couple days and it looked to Langston like everything was going to hell.

And he wanted MORE money. A “bonus” Black had called it. He already arranged to have the money wired in the morning, but this all seemed like a sinkhole opening beneath him.

Dick was not doing well. His color was off, he was losing weight. He could barely carry on a conversation he was so tired. He had even quit trying to get dressed and go to his desk. He would just sit in his bedroom in a robe.

If Dick dies while Reeves is still alive, it will cost him millions.

“Fuck,” he said out loud to his empty office.

Jon, like his father, needed to be in control. In their business they both maintained control by giving people specific responsibilities and guidelines, then reaming them out when they messed up. Jon felt he had no control here.

Hell, he couldn’t even call Mr. Black or get a message to him. He had to wait on Black to call him.

 

 

 

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2 Comments on “Resurrection 66”

  1. ron877 says:

    Don’t you hate it when your hired assassins go rogue?

    Liked by 1 person


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