Breach of Trust (Jason Kolarich, Book 2) by David Ellis

By David Ellis

At the evening his spouse and baby daughter died, legal professional Jason Kolarich was once watching for a decision from an informant. He blames himself not just for the deaths of his family members, yet for the informant's homicide in addition. Kolarich can't deliver again his relations, yet he can locate the individual that killed the informant. And he discovers that his informant's homicide used to be basically the end of the iceberg-and that exposing the reality will drag him into the struggle of his lifestyles.

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Her uptilted brown eyes, wide apart and inquiring, betrayed none of her feelings. Her face was uncommonly strong or intimidating, depending on your point of view. Nevertheless, she possessed a serenity that served her well in stressful situations such as this one. Bourne had warned her even before she set up Heartland almost three months ago that this moment was going to come. Something inside her had been looking forward to it. Noah had come to personify Black River, and she’d been under his boot heel for too long.

Not more than eight minutes later, exiting the stall, he went to the line of sinks and stared at his altered appearance, which was once again the very image of Bourne’s friend, the FSB-2 colonel Boris Karpov. Packing up the case, he crossed the terminal, out into the heat and the dense texture of humanity. Climbing into the air-conditioned car he’d hired was a blessed relief. As the taxi exited Ngurah Rai International Airport, he leaned forward, said “Badung Market” to the driver. The young man nodded, grinned, and, along with an armada of kids on motor scooters, promptly got stuck behind an enormous truck lumbering toward the Lombok ferry.

He pronounced Shiva as all Balinese did, so that it sounded like Siwa. He hesitated a moment, as if unsure whether to proceed. ” Moira said. ” Suparwita smiled at her indulgently. “The village is known for double ikat weaving. Double ikat is sacred, it provides protection from the demons of our universe. It is woven in three colors only, the colors of our gods. ” He handed Moira a card. ” He gave her a hard look. ” Moira asked. As if her question did not merit an answer, he returned his attention to Bourne.

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