A Deadly Web (Bishop Files, Book 2) by Kay Hooper

By Kay Hooper

The hot Bishop records novel by way of the hot York instances bestselling writer of the 1st Prophet and the Bishop/Special Crimes Unit novels.

John Brodie is a parent, a member of a secretive community dedicated to profitable a battle only a few even recognize exists: conserving the susceptible psychics in his cost from a perilous, ruthless — and nearly invisible enemy.
Tasha Solomon is a proficient psychic whose skills have stored her greater than as soon as from occasions as risky as they're baffling. She doesn’t think she wishes aid, and he or she doesn’t even comprehend that Guardians exist — till Brodie saves her life.
Unaccustomed to reckoning on somebody for something, Tasha now unearths herself embroiled in lethal online game the place the final word objective is a destiny a long way worse than any nightmare. the single individual she will be able to belief is Brodie to lead her via a maze of probability and deception, lies and treachery, buddies and enemies, until eventually they achieve secure harbor.
in the event that they succeed in secure harbor.

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To us, for all practical purposes, they were dead. Like bereft relatives at an accident victim’s wake, we analyzed our departed colleague’s weaknesses, reassuring ourselves that it could never happen to us. But the reality of our business was that, if we survived, sooner or later our minds or our bodies would betray us. We would be forced to seek a different life. Some of us didn’t leave soon enough. * * * Jerry, for instance. I’d been with the organization for a couple of years when he befriended me.

The muzzle of Michael’s Uzi drifted upward. Sean didn’t seem to notice. When he turned back toward us he was holding two compact spades. He passed one to each of us. 26 MAUREEN TAN “The moon’s still bright. ” Then he turned his back on us, walked toward the tree line. Michael seemed reassured, but he kept me between Sean and himself. We pushed our way through the scrub and into the woods, moving single file along a narrow path. I shivered, not liking the deep shadows beneath the trees, not liking being hemmed in by the two men.

Do you really want me to tell you the carefully constructed and absolutely verifiable lie that was prepared for my acquaintances? ” We sat, eyes locked, for what seemed a long time. “All right,” she said finally, “I’ll keep my questions to myself. ” I obediently took a bite of croissant. ” My mouth was full. I raised an eyebrow. ” “Good,” I mumbled. I poured more coffee, and we finished the croissants in silence. Dora watched me quizzically as I ate. “The past year must have been ghastly,” she said suddenly.

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