CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED and FORTY-FOUR
Sunday evening — 6:20 P.M
“We’re ready to meet.”
Alex Hargreaves yelled into the speakerphone to Seth. She was patched into the radio frequency of the helicopter racing Seth and Homeland Security Agent Arthur ‘Raz’ Rasmussen back from their visit to Saint Jude’s home in New Mexico. When Seth had arrived at the Federal building, Raz was waiting with a helicopter ready to take them to Saint Jude’s home in New Mexico. Raz felt unable to get a clear picture of the man without going there in person. Seth was delighted to tag alone. Outside of travel time, the men had spent the afternoon reviewing the room filled Saint Jude’s trophies and photographs.
“Do you copy?” Alex yelled.
The helicopter noise made conversation almost impossible.
“Copy that,” Raz said.
“The map’s done,” Max Hargreaves said. “Jake, Mike and Charlie have gone through it with a fine tooth comb.”
“I’ll have the profile ready,” Arthur “Raz” Rasmussen’s voice came over the phone.
“I transcribed Tunnel Rat Mike’s notes on the tunnels as well,” Sergeant Margaret Peaches said. “We have his microscopic detail on every segment.”
“What’s your ETA?” Alex asked.
“We just crossed into Colorado,” Seth’s voice came over the phone. Speaking through the intercom on the helicopter, Seth’s voice was barely audible.
“ETA one hour, sir,” the pilot said.
“See you in an hour,” Alex said and clicked off the phone.
“You think we’ll find him?” Valerie asked.
“We’ll find him,” Alex said.
Denver Cereal continues on Monday…