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Got themselves comfortable. The truck's rear doors slammed and locked. Holly heard the big barn door open up. The truck's engine turned over and caught. They drove out of the barn and bounced a hundred and fifty yards over the rough track. Turned an invisible right angle and cruised straight and slow down a road for fifteen minutes. "We aren't in Pennsylvania," Holly said. "Roads are too straight. " Reacher just shrugged at her in the dark. "We aren't in handcuffs anymore, either," he said. " AGENT-IN-CHARGE MCGRATH SAID.

The only sound was the slow ticking of the wood frame as the morning sun slid over the roof. " the employer asked. The carpenter just stared blankly at him. Didn't move. Then the employer smiled a relaxed, friendly smile. Like he was suddenly surprised about something. " he said, gently. The carpenter blinked. Shook his head, slightly, hopefully. " the employer asked him. The carpenter listened hard. He could hear the quiet ticking of the wood, the song of the forest birds, the silent sound of sunny morning air.

The guy stood still for a moment, then he ducked down and pulled a power saw from the stack of tools. A big thing in dull metal, wicked circular blade, fresh sawdust caked all around it. " the employer asked. " The guy nodded. "It does the job," he said, cautiously. "OK, here's the deal," the employer said. " the guy asked. "Of the room," the employer said. " the guy repeated. "Supposed to be nobody can get out of it," the employer said. " "You designed it," the guy said. " the employer said.

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