A Handbook of Poetics for Students of English Verse [NOOK Book]

A Handbook of Poetics for Students of English Verse

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  • BN ID: 2940017647950
  • Publisher: Ginn
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1898 volume
  • File size: 405 KB

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    Posted May 28, 2014

    Blackmail- by Brooklyn

    A mechanical voice stated,"Deliver the package to the second trash can in the mall. Leave at exactly 3:45." The line went dead. Kara sighed, turning off her iPhone. Picking up the beeping package, Kara locked the door of her apartment and ran down the stairs, cradling the package. Only Kara and a selected number of the MIA knew what was in the package. A PS43 microprogramed bomb. The MIA stood for Mystery Intelligence Agency. The mall was an exclusive shopping plaza for only the highest of society. The main target for the bomb was Leonardo Lichtenstien, a billionaire and big money crack dealer. The agency called at least once a week with a target and weapon, and Kara was just the deliverer. She hoped to become more than that, one of the assasians who did the real dirty work. She unlocked the Cadillac XRS, and sat in one of the fluffy leather seats, putting the package oh so carefully in the passanger's side. Pulling out of the Penthouse complex, she started on the 2 hour drive to the mall.
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