Babylon Rising, Chapter 22

Talon has appropriated his murder victim’s identity as a window-washer, and is busy doing something (ominously left vague) to the windows of the Secretariat Building.

I wish I had more to tell you here, but for the second time, Lahaye and Dinallo seem to be going for a DaVinci Code-esque Short-Chapter-Equals-SUSPENSEFUL technique.

Ah well.  It’s the U.N., so they deserve what they get, right?  Right??

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Posted on April 19, 2010, in Babylon Rising, Books. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. …He murdered a window washer? I think that, right there, is a case of the solution causing more issues than the problem. I can think of dozens of ways to replace a window washer that don’t involve murdering them, which means less attention drawn to me.

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