DeMarco knew he should leave. Just get his ass out of this fuckin'
chair, walk out, and never look back. He also knew if he left before
finding out what was going on, Mahoney would flay him.
Before DeMarco could decide one way or the other, Banks picked up an
index card lying on the blotter in the center of his desk. He held it
gingerly, by one corner, as if it was coated with anthrax, and handed it
"This is what started it all," Banks said. "That's not the original but
that's what it said, verbatim. I sent the original to . . . Never mind.
Just read it."
DeMarco read: "Eagle One is in danger. Cancel Chattooga River. The
inside ring has been compromised. This is not a joke." The note was
signed: "An agent in the wrong place."
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