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Not for Vince,” Mulligan said. ” “Then what’s with Max? ” Mulligan got up and walked over to the refrigerator and pulled out two more beers. He opened them on the edge of his desk and handed one to me. ” Mulligan took a long drink. When he set the bottle down he leaned back on the couch. “What’s all this about, Jack? ” “I’m doing this for a friend,” I said. “Someone tried to blow up his restaurant. I worked there. ” “Not this guy. He’s in his seventies. ” Mulligan shook his head. ” I eased back in my chair.
I waited until he walked past me toward the hotel’s backdoor, then I stepped out and pressed the gun into his back. “Don’t make any sudden—” Max spun around –fast, grabbing my hand that held the gun. I felt his other hand press up under my chin and one leg come in behind both of mine and sweep them out from under me. There was a sick feeling of detachment as I fell backward, then my head struck the pavement and flowers bloomed electric behind my eyes. My ears were ringing and I couldn’t focus. I pushed myself up onto my knees and saw Max standing over me.
You don’t even know what that means,” Tanya says. ” Megan says. “I heard Mom talking about it. ” Tanya takes a cigarette from her purse. “You can’t smoke in here,” I say. “It’s my Dad’s car. ” She puts it back, and takes a beer from the brown bag by her feet. She opens the bottle and turns back toward Megan. ” Megan doesn’t answer. She’s leaning against the door, staring out into the darkness. Tanya hands me the beer. “I know she’s going to say something. ” “Naw,” I say, raising my voice. “She won’t say anything.