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"Product Placement": Cole Cash visits C.C. Rendozzo in asking a favor from her in return for helping her gaining back her son Donny, who in turn is very contemptuous towards his mother for taking him away from his biological father. Cole's favor is reveal in needing Rendozzo's technical expert,
Appearing in "Product Placement"
- Agent Downs
- Miriam Downs
- Marty Delmeyer
- Florida Keys
- Washington, D.C.
- National Park Service
- Capitol Heights, Maryland
- Halo Predator
Synopsis for "Product Placement"
Cole Cash visits C.C. Rendozzo in asking a favor from her in return for helping her gaining back her son Donny, who in turn is very contemptuous towards his mother for taking him away from his biological father. Cole's favor is reveal in needing Rendozzo's technical expert, Ramon, for something personal in which Ramon agrees to come with him.
In Bethesda, Agent Downs returns to his home where he strikes down his wife Miriam for implicitly keeping her affair with Agent Wax. However, she doesn't actually knows what he is talking about in which he retort that he won't be play for a fool.
Meanwhile, Jack Marlowe and Edwin Dolby sees to Director Marty Delmeyer of WM Studios in directing an expensive commercial on the Halo brand car, in which they present the director a Halo Predator car as an incentive. The endeavor was Dolby's idea in order to have Halo's car be easily brought to the public through popular media.
That night in Long Beach, Cole, Ramon and along with help from the Beef Boys raid the hideout of a tech-themed supervillain, Triple-X, and got what they needed. The four quickly drives away from a large tank driven by an irate Triple-X before Cole manage to destroy the tank with a missile launcher.
At Halo, Marlowe briefs his board of directors on the success of the Halo car and plans to taking the company a step further. Although his board reminds him that Halo is about to receive a potential backlash from the public. However, Dolby points out that the company is not hiding anything and play everything by the rules. Still, the car's existence will have ramification beyond the concept of consumerism in which Marlowe restates it is what the car is made for.
At the National Park Service, Agent Wax is call to Downs's office to learn that he is being reinstate as an agent again. In which Downs gives him a local-related assignment in investigating a superhero who had gone insane. Thereafter, Wax tracks down on the supposed rogue superhero but instead finds a tied and gagged Miriam to a chair next to a prepared dining table. Wax rushes over to her and un-gag her which he then uses his powers to calm her down. This is caught in the act by Downs, who holds Wax at gunpoint.
- This book was first published on September 24, 2003.
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