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The Librarian…29…the final chapter.

“Hey, Zeek,” said the detective, nodding at him.  Is that short for “Ezekiel?” “That it is, that it is,” he said, grinning. “Does it bother you that the Librarian calls you Zeek?” “She can call me a rat’s rear end, … Continue reading

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The Librarian…28

“This pizza’s great,” said Zeek. “Uno’s,” said Dusa. “What’s that noise?” asked the detective, taking another slice. Everyone listened to the droning. “If you’re all wondering what that noise is,” said Gabe, slamming through the doors, “It’s Zeek’s followers.  Some … Continue reading

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The Librarian…27

“Slow down,” said Detective Stone.  “He took your car?” Mr. Waters nodded.  “I don’t think he meant to steal it, I mean, I think he’ll bring it back, but when he saw that the body they had marked Wilson Cormack … Continue reading

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The Librarian…26

The detective leaned back in his chair and looked at the domed ceiling, where Buttercup was practicing her loops.  “She cute.” “She could kill you before you even knew you were in a fight.” “Tell me again, about the places … Continue reading

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The Librarian…25

“You’re Wilson’s brother?” asked the Librarian, staring at the disheveled man.  “I thought you were supposed to be dead?” “I escaped.” “Well, I hate to be the one to tell you, but your brother is toast,” she said. “Toast?  What … Continue reading

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The Librarian…24

Sam, who had flown to where the Aces were staying, looked through the window and saw the battle begin.  He flew back to the library, went through the open window in the tower, dropped down to the first floor and … Continue reading

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The Librarian…23

James Waters was standing in front of the library doors, swinging a broom at the men trying to get inside.  He was tiring fast. He was short, overweight, and out of shape. “Drat,” he wheezed, “I should’t have eaten that … Continue reading

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