Bullet Time by David McIntee

By David McIntee

In Hong Kong, trying to hide the chinese language takeover, Sarah Jane Smith reveals herself drawn right into a global of drug-trafficking, unlawful immigration, and alien task. Sarah could be blissful to have the knowledge and ingenuity of the general practitioner on her part.

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When the interview was over, Sarah left the building, studiously resisting an urge to look back. There was something about the little Scotsman that seemed both familiar and worryingly alien, yet she couldn't put her finger on it. It wasn't just a hunch, or her instinct as an experienced journalist, but something else. On such a simple assignment, she could really do without such a nuisance. There was an MTR station only a hundred yards down the road, where she could catch a commuter train back to the vicinity of her hotel.

His colour always seemed a little off too. Not in the sense that he was ill or of a different ethnic group, but just not quite as it should be. 'Tse Hung. ' 'No. There were two humans in the vehicle. ' Tse Hung poured himself a fine Japanese Scotch from a decanter. He didn't offer Chiu any. "The attempt was interrupted. ' Tse Hung took a shot of whisky, keeping his thoughts to himself. 'Using your& people was obviously a mistake. Leave this one to me. ' Chiu didn't look very happy about that, but was too polite to say anything.

The room was undisturbed. Sing glanced into the bathroom, while Siao popped her head into the kitchen. The sound of the door slamming startled both of them. The sofa had been moved slightly. Even as Sing bolted for the door, he realised someone had hidden behind it until their backs were turned. Heart pounding with nerves and excitement, he yanked the door open and swung into the corridor. The stairwell door was flapping, and footsteps clattered down the stairs beyond it. Sing loped to the stairwell in the hope of catching up before their source got out of the line of sight.

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