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- It'll be nice to have at least one reporter on our side.
Appearing in "Soft Targets, Part Two of Four"
- Acting Mayor David Hull
Synopsis for "Soft Targets, Part Two of Four"
Mike Akins arrives back at the office, furious at Probson. Probson is in shock and receives an earful from Jackson Davies about putting a civilian, Stacy, in the line of fire. Probson tells them it was Joker.
Marcus Driver is at the hospital with Nora. He receives a call from Romy Chandler and tells her he hasn't been going out with Nora every Wednesday like he used to. He tells her that he didn't want to bring Romy around because Nora knows a lot of cops. She tells him they are trying to keep their romance a secret.
Andi Kasinsky argues with her ex-husband on the phone about who's taking the kids for the weekend.
Driver heads to the locker room to change his shirt which still has Nora's blood on it. He walks in as Nate Patton makes a crude joke about the Field's luck. Driver looses it and starts beating Patton. The fight is broken up and a reference is made about Driver potentially taking some anger out because of Romy Chandler. At the same time, Romy walks in and hears the comments.
Probson smokes a cigaratte and apologizes to Stacy for putting her into danger with the sniper.
They hack into Interpool computers to get a lead on who sold the gun. The Joker hacks the police headquarters and shows them webcams with a countdown timer
- This book was first published on November 12, 2003.
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