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"Manhunted, Part 2: Chasing the Dragon": Agent Harold Wayne from the DEO is called in by the Vegas police to examine the body of Chase Lawler. Shaw had discarded the body in a dry waterway. Wayne immediately calls Agent Cameron Chase and instructs her to go to LA in order to locate the female Ma



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Synopsis for "Manhunted, Part 2: Chasing the Dragon"

Agent Harold Wayne from the DEO is called in by the Vegas police to examine the body of Chase Lawler. Shaw had discarded the body in a dry waterway. Wayne immediately calls Agent Cameron Chase and instructs her to go to LA in order to locate the female Manhunter. As for Shaw, he heads to San Francisco to warn Kirk DePaul. DePaul ignores Shaw's calls because he is on a date with his fiance Victoria Tate. As DePaul and Tate left the restaurant, Dumas shoots Tate in the chest from a rooftop. DePaul holds his fiance in his arms then turns his attention to the rooftop. DePaul makes his way to the rooftop and faces Shaw's old nemesis Dumas. Dumas and DePaul engage in a sword fight. DePaul gains the upper hand by jamming his blade into Dumas' left shoulder but Dumas uses a sneak attack by sticking DePaul with a hypodermic. DePaul wasn't scared because he has a healing factor that enables him to fight off any poison. DePaul knocks off Dumas mask and sees the true face of his assailant. All of a sudden, DePaul starts to feel pain. Dumas explains that he injected DePaul with an air bubble. DePaul feels the inevitable stroke that will kill him but Dumas shows mercy by slicing DePaul's throat and tosses his body off the roof.



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  • This book was first published on June 15, 2005.
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