Resident Evil: Code: Veronica

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A desperate search for her missing brother once again pits Claire Redfield against the terrifying bioweapons of the Umbrella Corporation. Her quest leads her to a remote island where a mad genius has unleashed every grotesque creature at his disposal to stop her from interfering with his horrific agenda.

Catapulted to the bottom of the world, Claire is at last reunited with the man she came to find. Chris Redfield has been fighting a one-man war of his own against Umbrella's ...

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Overview

A desperate search for her missing brother once again pits Claire Redfield against the terrifying bioweapons of the Umbrella Corporation. Her quest leads her to a remote island where a mad genius has unleashed every grotesque creature at his disposal to stop her from interfering with his horrific agenda.

Catapulted to the bottom of the world, Claire is at last reunited with the man she came to find. Chris Redfield has been fighting a one-man war of his own against Umbrella's most terrifying creations...and is now on a collision course with the man who betrayed the S.T.A.R.S. in Raccoon City. A man who should, by all rights, be dead: Captain Albert Wesker.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780671784980
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
  • Publication date: 11/27/2001
  • Series: Resident Evil Series , #6
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

S. D. Perry is a novelist living in Portland, Oregon.  She is currently lives with her husband, Myk, her two children Cyrus and Myk Jr, and their two dogs. She mostly writes tie-in novels based on works in the fantasy/science-fiction/horror genre, including Resident Evil, Star Trek, Aliens and Predator. She has also written a handful of short stories and movie novelizations. Her favorite Star Trek series is the original series, with her favorite characters being "The Big Three" - Kirk, Spock and McCoy.

 

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Chapter One

Claire's head hurt.

She'd been half-dreaming, remembering things, until the faraway sound of thunder crowded through the dark, pulling her closer to wakefulness. She'd dreamed about the insanity that had become her life over the past few months, and even though an almost conscious part of her knew it was reality, it still seemed too incredible to be true. Flashes of what had happened in post-viral Raccoon City kept rising up, images of the inhuman creature that had stalked her and the little girl through the devastation, memories of the Birken family, of meeting Leon, of praying that Chris was all right.

Thunder again, louder, and she realized that something was wrong but couldn't seem to wake up, to stop remembering. Chris. Her brother had gone underground in Europe, and they had followed, and now she was cold and her head hurt but she didn't know why.

What happened? She concentrated, but it would only come in pieces, pictures and thoughts from the weeks since Raccoon City. She couldn't seem to control the memories. It was like watching a movie in a dream, and still, she couldn't wake up.

Images of Trent on the plane, and a desert, finding a disk of codes that had ultimately proved useless to her brother's cause. The long flight to London, the hop to France --

-- a telephone call, "Chris is here, he's fine." Barry Burton's voice, deep and friendly. Laughing, the incredible relief filling her up, feeling Leon's hand on her shoulder --

It was a start, and it led her to the next clear recollection -- a meeting had been set up, one of the surveillance posts for the HQ Admin wing, on Umbrella grounds. Leonand the others were waiting in the van, checking my watch, heart pounding with excitement, where is he, where's Chris?

Claire didn't know she was screwed until the first bullets ripped past, chasing her onto the spotlight-riddled grounds, into a building --

-- running through the corridors, deafened by the rattle of automatic weapons and the helicopter outside, running, bullets chipping by close enough to send sharpened slivers of floor tile into the meat of her calves --

-- and an explosion, armed soldiers writhing in the blast's fury, and...and I got caught.

They'd held her for over a week, trying everything they could to make her talk. She'd talked, too, about going fishing with Chris, political ideology, her favorite bands....When it came down to it, she didn't know anything vital; she was looking for her brother, that was all, and she somehow managed to convince them that she didn't know anything important about Umbrella. It probably helped that she was nineteen, and looked about as deadly as a Girl Scout. What little she actually did know, things about the Umbrella insider, Trent, or the whereabouts of Sherry Birken, the scientist's daughter, she buried deep and left there.

When they'd realized she was useless as an informant, she'd been taken away. Cuffed, scared, two private planes and a helicopter later, the island. She didn't even see it, they'd put a hood over her face, the stifling blackness only adding to her fear. Rockfort Island, wasn't that what the pilot called it? It was a long way from Paris, but that was the extent of her knowledge. Thunder, there was a sound of thunder. She remembered being pushed through a muddy prison cemetery in the gray morning, catching a glimpse through her stifling hood of the graves, marked with elaborate headstones. Down some stairs, welcome to your new home and BOOM --

The ground was shaking, rumbling. Claire opened her eyes just in time to see the one overhead light go out, the thick metal bars of her cell suddenly imprinted in negative and floating off to her left in the pitch dark. She lay on her side on a clammy, dirty floor.

Not good, nope, you better get up. Steeling herself against the pounding of her skull she crawled to her knees, her muscles stiff and sore. The blackness of the cold, dank room was very still, except for the sound of water dripping, a slow and lonely sound; it appeared she was alone.

Not for long. Oh, man, I'm in it deep now. Umbrella had her, and considering the havoc she'd created back in Paris, it was unlikely that they were going to treat her to ice cream and send her on her way.

The renewed awareness of her situation knotted her stomach, but she did her best to put the fear aside. She needed to think straight, to figure out her options, and she needed to be ready to act. She wouldn't have survived Raccoon City if she'd given in to panic --

-- except you're on an island run by Umbrella. Even if you get past the guards, where can you possibly go?

One predicament at a time. First thing, she should probably try to stand up. Except for the painful lump at her right temple from the asshole who'd knocked her out, she didn't think she'd been injured --

There was another rumble, muffled and far away, and a bit of rock dust drifted down from above, she could feel it on the back of her neck. She had integrated the rumbling sounds into her half-conscious dreams as thunder, but it definitely sounded like heavy artillery had come to Rockfort. Or Godzilla. What the hell was going on out there?

She crept to her feet, wincing at her rifle-butt headache as she brushed dust off her bare arms, stretching chilled muscles. The underground room was making her wish she'd worn something warmer than jeans and a cut-off vest for her meeting with Chris --

-- Chris! Oh, please be safe! In Paris, she'd deliberately led the Umbrella security team away from Leon and the others, Rebecca and the two Exeter S.T.A.R.S.; if Chris hadn't also been caught, Claire figured he'd have hooked up with the team by now. If she could get to a computer with an uplink, she should be able to send a message to Leon...

...yeah, just bend those steel bars, find a couple of machine guns, and mow down the population of the island. Oh, then hack into a tightly secured relay system, assuming you can find an unmanned computer. All so you can tell Leon that you don't actually know where Rockfort is --

A louder internal voice cut in. -- think positive, damnit, you can be sarcastic later, assuming you survive. What do you have to work with?

Good question. There was no guard, for one thing. It was also extremely dark, a bare hint of light coming from somewhere off to the right, which could be an advantage if --

Claire patted her pockets suddenly, wildly hoping that no one had searched her when she'd been unconscious, sure that someone must have -- left inside vest pocket, there it was!

"Idiots," she whispered, pulling out the old metal lighter that Chris had given her awhile back, the comforting weight of it warm in her hand. When they'd patted her down for weapons, a soldier reeking of tobacco had taken it out, but given it back to her when she'd said that she smoked.

Claire put the lighter back in her pocket, not wanting to blind herself now that her eyes were getting used to the dark. There was enough ambient light for her to make out most of the small room -- a desk and a couple of cabinets directly across from her cell, an open door to the left -- the same door she'd entered by -- a chair and some miscellaneous crap stacked off to the right.

Okay, good, you know the environment. What else you got?

Thankfully, her inner voice was a lot calmer than she was. She quickly went through her other pockets, turning up a couple of ponytail elastics and two breath mints in a crumpled roll. Terrific. Unless she wanted to take on the enemy with a very small, refreshingly peppermint slingshot, she was shit out of luck --

Footsteps, in the corridor outside the cell room, coming closer. Her muscles tensed and her mouth went dry. She was unarmed and trapped, and the way a few of those guards had been looking at her on the transport....

...bring it on. I'm unarmed, maybe, but not defenseless. If someone meant to assault her, sexually or otherwise, she'd make a point of doing some major damage in return. If she was going to die anyway, she didn't plan on going out alone.

Thump. Thump. There was only one person out there, she decided, and whoever it was, he or she was hurting. The steps were erratic and slow, shuffling, almost like...

No, no way.

Claire held her breath as a lone male figure stepped haltingly into the room, his arms out in front of him. He moved like one of the virus zombies, like a drunk, reeling and unsteady, and immediately staggered for the door to her cell. Reflexively, Claire backed away, terrified at the implications -- if there'd been some kind of viral outbreak on the island, at best she'd end up starving to death behind bars.

And Jesus, another spill? Thousands had died in Raccoon City. When would Umbrella learn, that their insane biological experiments weren't worth the cost?

She had to see. If it was a drunk guard, at least he was alone, she might be able to take him. And if it was a carrier, she was safe for the moment. Probably. They couldn't operate doors, or at least the ones in Raccoon hadn't been able to. She took out the lighter, flipped the top and thumbed the wheel.

Claire recognized him instantly and gasped, taking another step back. Tall and well-built, Hispanic perhaps, a mustache and dark, merciless eyes. It was the man who'd caught her back in Paris, who'd escorted her to the island.

Not a zombie, at least there's that. Not much of relief, but she'd take whatever she could get.

She stood for a moment, frozen, not sure what to expect. He looked different, and it was more than his dirt-smeared face or the small bloodstains on his white T-shirt. It was as though there'd been some fundamental internal change, the way his expression was set. Before, he'd looked like a stone killer. Now...now she wasn't sure, and when he reached into his pocket and pulled out a set of keys, she prayed that he'd changed for the better.

Without a word, he pulled the cell door open and blankly met her gaze before jerking his head to one side -- the universal sign for "get out," if there was such a thing.

Before she could act, he turned and staggered away, definitely injured from the way he held his gut with one shaking hand. There was a chair between the desk and the far wall; he sat down heavily and picked up a small bottle from the desktop with bloodstained fingers. He shook the bottle, about the size of a small spool of thread, before weakly throwing it across the room, muttering to himself.

"Perfect..."

The presumably empty bottle clattered across the cement floor, rolling to a stop just outside the cell. He glanced in her direction tiredly, his voice thick with exhaustion. "Go on. Get out of here."

Claire took a step toward the open cell door and hesitated, wondering if it was some kind of trick -- being shot trying to "escape" crossed her mind, and didn't seem all that far-fetched, considering who he worked for. She still clearly remembered the look in his eyes when he'd shoved that gun in her face, the cold sneer that had twisted his mouth.

She cleared her throat nervously, deciding to probe for an explanation. "What are you telling me, exactly?"

"You're free," he said, muttering to himself again as he sank deeper into the chair, chin lowering to his chest. "I don't know, might have been some kind of special forces team, troops were all wiped out...no chance of escape." He closed his eyes.

Her instincts told her that he really meant to let her go, but she wasn't going to take any chances. She stepped out of the cell and picked up the bottle he'd thrown, moving very slowly, watching him carefully as she approached. She didn't think his wounded act was a fake; he looked like hell, an ashy-white pallor over his dark skin, like a transparent mask. He wasn't breathing all that evenly, either, and his clothes smelled like sweat and chemical smoke.

She glanced at the bottle, an empty syringe vial with an unpronounceable name on the label, catching the word hemostatic in the fine print. Hemo was blood...some kind of bleeding stabilizer?

Maybe an internal injury...She wanted to ask him why he was releasing her, what the situation was outside, where she should go -- but she could see that he was on the verge of passing out, his eyelids fluttering.

I can't just walk out, not without trying to help him --

-- screw that! Go, go now!

He might die...

You might die! Run for it! The internal dispute was brief, but her conscience triumphed over reason, as usual. He obviously hadn't set her loose because of some personal affinity, but whatever the reason, she was grateful. He didn't have to let her go, and he'd done it anyway.

"What about you?" She asked, wondering if there was anything she could do for him. She certainly couldn't carry him out, and she was no medic --

"Don't worry about me," he said, raising his head to glare at her for a second, sounding irritated that she'd even brought it up.

Before she could ask him what had happened outside, he lost consciousness, his shoulders slumping, his body growing still. He was breathing, but without a doctor, she wouldn't want to bet on how long.

The lighter was getting hot, but she endured the heat long enough to search the small room, starting with the desk. There was a combat knife thrown casually on the blotter, a number of loose papers....She saw her own name on one of them and scanned the document while fixing the knife sheath to her waistband.

Claire Redfield, prisoner number WKD4496, date of transfer, blah blah blah...escorted by Rodrigo Juan Raval, 3rd Security Unit CO, Umbrella Medical, Paris.

Rodrigo. The man who'd caught her and set her free, and now appeared to be dying right in front of her. She couldn't do anything about it, either, not unless she could find help.

Which I can't do down here, she thought, snapping the overheated lighter closed after she finished the rest of her search. Nothing but junk, mostly, a trunk of musty prisoner uniforms, endless stacks of paperwork stuffed into the desk. She'd found the pair of fingerless gloves they'd taken from her, her old riding gloves, and put them on, grateful for the minor warmth they provided. All she had to defend herself with was the combat knife, a deadly weapon in the right hands...which, unfortunately, hers weren't.

It's a gift horse, don't complain. Five minutes ago you were unarmed and locked up, at least now you have a chance. You should just be happy that Rodrigo didn't come down here to put you out of your misery.

Still, she pretty much sucked at knifeplay. After a brief hesitation, she quickly patted Rodrigo down, but he wasn't carrying. She did find a set of keys but didn't take them, not wanting to carry anything that might draw someone's attention by jangling at the wrong moment. If she needed them, she could come back.

Time to blow this Popsicle stand, see what there is to see out there.

"Let's do it," she said softly, as much to get herself moving as anything else, aware that she was basically terrified of what she might find...and also that she didn't have a choice in the matter. As long as she was on the island, Umbrella still had her -- and until she assessed the circumstances, she couldn't make plans to escape.

Holding the knife tightly, Claire stepped out of the cellar room, wondering if Umbrella's madness would ever end.

Alone, Alfred Ashford sat on the wide, sweeping stairs of his home, half blind with rage. The destruction had finally ceased raining down from the skies, but his home had been damaged, their home. It had been built for his grandfather's great-grandmother -- the brilliant and beautiful Veronica, God rest her soul -- on the isolated oasis that she had named Rockfort, where she had made a magical life for herself and her progeny over the generations...and now, in the blink of an eye, some horrible fanatic group had dared to try and destroy it. Most of the second floor architecture had been warped and twisted, doors crushed shut, only their private rooms left whole.

Uncouth, uncultured miscreants. They can't even fathom the measure of their own ignorance.

Alexia was weeping upstairs, her delicate rose of a heart surely aching with the loss. The mere thought of his sister's needless pain fueled his rage to greater intensity, making him want to strike out -- but there was no one to submit to his anger, all the commanding officers and chief scientists dead, even his own personal staff. He'd watched it happen from the safety of the private mansion's secret monitor room, each tiny screen telling a different story of brutal suffering and pathetic incompetence. Almost everyone had died, and the rest had run like frightened rabbits; most of the island's planes were already gone. His personal cook had been the only survivor in the common receiving mansion, but she'd screamed so much that he himself had been forced to shoot her.

We're still here, though, safe from the unwashed hands of the world. The Ashfords will survive and prosper, to dance on the graves of our adversaries, to drink champagne from the skulls of their children.

He imagined dancing with Alexia, holding her close, waltzing to the dynamic music of their enemies' tortured screams....It would be nothing short of bliss, his twin's gaze locked to his, sharing the awareness of their superiority over the common man, over the stupidity of those who sought to destroy them.

The question was, who had been responsible for the attack? Umbrella had many enemies, from legitimate rival pharmaceutical companies to private shareholders -- the loss of Raccoon City had been disastrous for the market -- to the few closet competitors of White Umbrella, their covert bioweapons research department. Umbrella Pharmaceutical, the brainchild of Lord Oswell Spencer and Alfred's own grandfather, Edward Ashford, was extremely lucrative, an industrial empire...but the real power lay with Umbrella's clandestine activities, the operations of which had become too vast to remain entirely unnoticed. And there were spies everywhere.

Alfred clenched his fists, frustrated, his entire body a live wire of furious tension -- and was suddenly aware of Alexia's presence behind him, a trace of gardenia in the air. He'd been so intent on his emotional chaos that he hadn't even heard her approach.

"You mustn't let yourself despair, my brother," she said gently, and stepped down to sit beside him. "We will prevail; we always have."

She knew him so well. When she'd been away from Rockfort all those years ago, he'd been so lonely, so afraid that they might lose some of their special connection...but if anything, they were closer now than ever before. They never spoke about their separation, about the things that had happened after the experiments at the Antarctic facility, both of them just so happy to be together that they would say nothing to spoil it. She felt the same way, he was certain.

He gazed at her for long seconds, soothed by her graceful presence, astounded as always by the depths of her beauty. If he hadn't heard her weeping in her bedroom, he wouldn't have known that she'd shed a tear. Her porcelain skin was radiant, her sky-blue eyes clear and shining. Even today, this darkest of days, the very sight of her gave him such pleasure...

"What would I do without you?" Alfred asked softly, knowing that the answer was too painful to consider. He'd gone half-mad with loneliness when she'd been away, and sometimes still had strange episodes, nightmares that he was alone, that Alexia had left him. It was one of the reasons he encouraged her never to leave their heavily secured private residence, located behind the visitor mansion. She didn't mind; she had her studies, and was aware that she was too important, too exquisite to be admired by just anyone, quite content to be sustained by her brother's affections, trusting him to be her sole contact with the outside world.

If only I could stay with her all the time, just the two of us, hidden away...But no, he was an Ashford, responsible for the Ashford's stake in Umbrella, accountable for the entire Rockfort compound. When their basically incompetent father, Alexander Ashford, had gone missing some fifteen years before, the young Alfred had stepped up to take his place. The key players behind Umbrella's bioweapons research had tried to keep him out of the loop, but only because he intimidated them, cowed them by the natural supremacy of his family name. Now they sent him regular reports, respectfully explaining the decisions they made on his behalf, making it clear that they would get in touch with him immediately if the need arose.

I suppose I should contact them, tell them what's happened....He'd always left those matters to his personal secretary, Robert Dorson, but Robert had left his service some weeks before to join the other prisoners, after expressing a bit too much curiosity about Alexia.

She was smiling at him now, her face glowing with understanding and adoration. Yes, she was so much better to him since her return to Rockfort, truly as devoted to him as he'd always been to her.

"You'll protect me, won't you," she said, not a question. "You'll find out who did this to us, and then show them what one gets for trying to destroy a legacy as powerful as ours."

Overcome with love, Alfred reached out to touch her but stopped short, all too aware that she didn't like physical contact. He nodded instead, some of his rage returning as he thought of someone trying to harm his beloved Alexia. Never, not as long as he lived, would he allow that to happen.

"Yes, Alexia," he said passionately. "I'll make them suffer, I swear it."

He could see in her eyes that she believed in him, and his heart filled with pride, just as his thoughts turned to the discovery of their enemy. An absolute hatred for Rockfort's assailants was growing inside of him, for the stain of weakness they had tried to paint on the Ashford name.

I'll teach them regret, Alexia, and they'll never forget the lesson.

His sister relied on him. Alfred would die before letting her down.

Copyright © 2001 by Capcom U.S.A., Inc.

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First Chapter

Chapter One

Claire's head hurt.

She'd been half-dreaming, remembering things, until the faraway sound of thunder crowded through the dark, pulling her closer to wakefulness. She'd dreamed about the insanity that had become her life over the past few months, and even though an almost conscious part of her knew it was reality, it still seemed too incredible to be true. Flashes of what had happened in post-viral Raccoon City kept rising up, images of the inhuman creature that had stalked her and the little girl through the devastation, memories of the Birken family, of meeting Leon, of praying that Chris was all right.

Thunder again, louder, and she realized that something was wrong but couldn't seem to wake up, to stop remembering. Chris. Her brother had gone underground in Europe, and they had followed, and now she was cold and her head hurt but she didn't know why.

What happened? She concentrated, but it would only come in pieces, pictures and thoughts from the weeks since Raccoon City. She couldn't seem to control the memories. It was like watching a movie in a dream, and still, she couldn't wake up.

Images of Trent on the plane, and a desert, finding a disk of codes that had ultimately proved useless to her brother's cause. The long flight to London, the hop to France --

-- a telephone call, "Chris is here, he's fine." Barry Burton's voice, deep and friendly. Laughing, the incredible relief filling her up, feeling Leon's hand on her shoulder --

It was a start, and it led her to the next clear recollection -- a meeting had been set up, one of the surveillance posts for the HQ Admin wing, on Umbrella grounds. Leon and the others were waiting in the van, checking my watch, heart pounding with excitement, where is he, where's Chris?

Claire didn't know she was screwed until the first bullets ripped past, chasing her onto the spotlight-riddled grounds, into a building --

-- running through the corridors, deafened by the rattle of automatic weapons and the helicopter outside, running, bullets chipping by close enough to send sharpened slivers of floor tile into the meat of her calves --

-- and an explosion, armed soldiers writhing in the blast's fury, and...and I got caught.

They'd held her for over a week, trying everything they could to make her talk. She'd talked, too, about going fishing with Chris, political ideology, her favorite bands....When it came down to it, she didn't know anything vital; she was looking for her brother, that was all, and she somehow managed to convince them that she didn't know anything important about Umbrella. It probably helped that she was nineteen, and looked about as deadly as a Girl Scout. What little she actually did know, things about the Umbrella insider, Trent, or the whereabouts of Sherry Birken, the scientist's daughter, she buried deep and left there.

When they'd realized she was useless as an informant, she'd been taken away. Cuffed, scared, two private planes and a helicopter later, the island. She didn't even see it, they'd put a hood over her face, the stifling blackness only adding to her fear. Rockfort Island, wasn't that what the pilot called it? It was a long way from Paris, but that was the extent of her knowledge. Thunder, there was a sound of thunder. She remembered being pushed through a muddy prison cemetery in the gray morning, catching a glimpse through her stifling hood of the graves, marked with elaborate headstones. Down some stairs, welcome to your new home and BOOM --

The ground was shaking, rumbling. Claire opened her eyes just in time to see the one overhead light go out, the thick metal bars of her cell suddenly imprinted in negative and floating off to her left in the pitch dark. She lay on her side on a clammy, dirty floor.

Not good, nope, you better get up. Steeling herself against the pounding of her skull she crawled to her knees, her muscles stiff and sore. The blackness of the cold, dank room was very still, except for the sound of water dripping, a slow and lonely sound; it appeared she was alone.

Not for long. Oh, man, I'm in it deep now. Umbrella had her, and considering the havoc she'd created back in Paris, it was unlikely that they were going to treat her to ice cream and send her on her way.

The renewed awareness of her situation knotted her stomach, but she did her best to put the fear aside. She needed to think straight, to figure out her options, and she needed to be ready to act. She wouldn't have survived Raccoon City if she'd given in to panic --

-- except you're on an island run by Umbrella. Even if you get past the guards, where can you possibly go?

One predicament at a time. First thing, she should probably try to stand up. Except for the painful lump at her right temple from the asshole who'd knocked her out, she didn't think she'd been injured --

There was another rumble, muffled and far away, and a bit of rock dust drifted down from above, she could feel it on the back of her neck. She had integrated the rumbling sounds into her half-conscious dreams as thunder, but it definitely sounded like heavy artillery had come to Rockfort. Or Godzilla. What the hell was going on out there?

She crept to her feet, wincing at her rifle-butt headache as she brushed dust off her bare arms, stretching chilled muscles. The underground room was making her wish she'd worn something warmer than jeans and a cut-off vest for her meeting with Chris --

-- Chris! Oh, please be safe! In Paris, she'd deliberately led the Umbrella security team away from Leon and the others, Rebecca and the two Exeter S.T.A.R.S.; if Chris hadn't also been caught, Claire figured he'd have hooked up with the team by now. If she could get to a computer with an uplink, she should be able to send a message to Leon...

...yeah, just bend those steel bars, find a couple of machine guns, and mow down the population of the island. Oh, then hack into a tightly secured relay system, assuming you can find an unmanned computer. All so you can tell Leon that you don't actually know where Rockfort is --

A louder internal voice cut in. -- think positive, damnit, you can be sarcastic later, assuming you survive. What do you have to work with?

Good question. There was no guard, for one thing. It was also extremely dark, a bare hint of light coming from somewhere off to the right, which could be an advantage if --

Claire patted her pockets suddenly, wildly hoping that no one had searched her when she'd been unconscious, sure that someone must have -- left inside vest pocket, there it was!

"Idiots," she whispered, pulling out the old metal lighter that Chris had given her awhile back, the comforting weight of it warm in her hand. When they'd patted her down for weapons, a soldier reeking of tobacco had taken it out, but given it back to her when she'd said that she smoked.

Claire put the lighter back in her pocket, not wanting to blind herself now that her eyes were getting used to the dark. There was enough ambient light for her to make out most of the small room -- a desk and a couple of cabinets directly across from her cell, an open door to the left -- the same door she'd entered by -- a chair and some miscellaneous crap stacked off to the right.

Okay, good, you know the environment. What else you got?

Thankfully, her inner voice was a lot calmer than she was. She quickly went through her other pockets, turning up a couple of ponytail elastics and two breath mints in a crumpled roll. Terrific. Unless she wanted to take on the enemy with a very small, refreshingly peppermint slingshot, she was shit out of luck --

Footsteps, in the corridor outside the cell room, coming closer. Her muscles tensed and her mouth went dry. She was unarmed and trapped, and the way a few of those guards had been looking at her on the transport....

...bring it on. I'm unarmed, maybe, but not defenseless. If someone meant to assault her, sexually or otherwise, she'd make a point of doing some major damage in return. If she was going to die anyway, she didn't plan on going out alone.

Thump. Thump. There was only one person out there, she decided, and whoever it was, he or she was hurting. The steps were erratic and slow, shuffling, almost like...

No, no way.

Claire held her breath as a lone male figure stepped haltingly into the room, his arms out in front of him. He moved like one of the virus zombies, like a drunk, reeling and unsteady, and immediately staggered for the door to her cell. Reflexively, Claire backed away, terrified at the implications -- if there'd been some kind of viral outbreak on the island, at best she'd end up starving to death behind bars.

And Jesus, another spill? Thousands had died in Raccoon City. When would Umbrella learn, that their insane biological experiments weren't worth the cost?

She had to see. If it was a drunk guard, at least he was alone, she might be able to take him. And if it was a carrier, she was safe for the moment. Probably. They couldn't operate doors, or at least the ones in Raccoon hadn't been able to. She took out the lighter, flipped the top and thumbed the wheel.

Claire recognized him instantly and gasped, taking another step back. Tall and well-built, Hispanic perhaps, a mustache and dark, merciless eyes. It was the man who'd caught her back in Paris, who'd escorted her to the island.

Not a zombie, at least there's that. Not much of relief, but she'd take whatever she could get.

She stood for a moment, frozen, not sure what to expect. He looked different, and it was more than his dirt-smeared face or the small bloodstains on his white T-shirt. It was as though there'd been some fundamental internal change, the way his expression was set. Before, he'd looked like a stone killer. Now...now she wasn't sure, and when he reached into his pocket and pulled out a set of keys, she prayed that he'd changed for the better.

Without a word, he pulled the cell door open and blankly met her gaze before jerking his head to one side -- the universal sign for "get out," if there was such a thing.

Before she could act, he turned and staggered away, definitely injured from the way he held his gut with one shaking hand. There was a chair between the desk and the far wall; he sat down heavily and picked up a small bottle from the desktop with bloodstained fingers. He shook the bottle, about the size of a small spool of thread, before weakly throwing it across the room, muttering to himself.

"Perfect..."

The presumably empty bottle clattered across the cement floor, rolling to a stop just outside the cell. He glanced in her direction tiredly, his voice thick with exhaustion. "Go on. Get out of here."

Claire took a step toward the open cell door and hesitated, wondering if it was some kind of trick -- being shot trying to "escape" crossed her mind, and didn't seem all that far-fetched, considering who he worked for. She still clearly remembered the look in his eyes when he'd shoved that gun in her face, the cold sneer that had twisted his mouth.

She cleared her throat nervously, deciding to probe for an explanation. "What are you telling me, exactly?"

"You're free," he said, muttering to himself again as he sank deeper into the chair, chin lowering to his chest. "I don't know, might have been some kind of special forces team, troops were all wiped out...no chance of escape." He closed his eyes.

Her instincts told her that he really meant to let her go, but she wasn't going to take any chances. She stepped out of the cell and picked up the bottle he'd thrown, moving very slowly, watching him carefully as she approached. She didn't think his wounded act was a fake; he looked like hell, an ashy-white pallor over his dark skin, like a transparent mask. He wasn't breathing all that evenly, either, and his clothes smelled like sweat and chemical smoke.

She glanced at the bottle, an empty syringe vial with an unpronounceable name on the label, catching the word hemostatic in the fine print. Hemo was blood...some kind of bleeding stabilizer?

Maybe an internal injury...She wanted to ask him why he was releasing her, what the situation was outside, where she should go -- but she could see that he was on the verge of passing out, his eyelids fluttering.

I can't just walk out, not without trying to help him --

-- screw that! Go, go now!

He might die...

You might die! Run for it! The internal dispute was brief, but her conscience triumphed over reason, as usual. He obviously hadn't set her loose because of some personal affinity, but whatever the reason, she was grateful. He didn't have to let her go, and he'd done it anyway.

"What about you?" She asked, wondering if there was anything she could do for him. She certainly couldn't carry him out, and she was no medic --

"Don't worry about me," he said, raising his head to glare at her for a second, sounding irritated that she'd even brought it up.

Before she could ask him what had happened outside, he lost consciousness, his shoulders slumping, his body growing still. He was breathing, but without a doctor, she wouldn't want to bet on how long.

The lighter was getting hot, but she endured the heat long enough to search the small room, starting with the desk. There was a combat knife thrown casually on the blotter, a number of loose papers....She saw her own name on one of them and scanned the document while fixing the knife sheath to her waistband.

Claire Redfield, prisoner number WKD4496, date of transfer, blah blah blah...escorted by Rodrigo Juan Raval, 3rd Security Unit CO, Umbrella Medical, Paris.

Rodrigo. The man who'd caught her and set her free, and now appeared to be dying right in front of her. She couldn't do anything about it, either, not unless she could find help.

Which I can't do down here, she thought, snapping the overheated lighter closed after she finished the rest of her search. Nothing but junk, mostly, a trunk of musty prisoner uniforms, endless stacks of paperwork stuffed into the desk. She'd found the pair of fingerless gloves they'd taken from her, her old riding gloves, and put them on, grateful for the minor warmth they provided. All she had to defend herself with was the combat knife, a deadly weapon in the right hands...which, unfortunately, hers weren't.

It's a gift horse, don't complain. Five minutes ago you were unarmed and locked up, at least now you have a chance. You should just be happy that Rodrigo didn't come down here to put you out of your misery.

Still, she pretty much sucked at knifeplay. After a brief hesitation, she quickly patted Rodrigo down, but he wasn't carrying. She did find a set of keys but didn't take them, not wanting to carry anything that might draw someone's attention by jangling at the wrong moment. If she needed them, she could come back.

Time to blow this Popsicle stand, see what there is to see out there.

"Let's do it," she said softly, as much to get herself moving as anything else, aware that she was basically terrified of what she might find...and also that she didn't have a choice in the matter. As long as she was on the island, Umbrella still had her -- and until she assessed the circumstances, she couldn't make plans to escape.

Holding the knife tightly, Claire stepped out of the cellar room, wondering if Umbrella's madness would ever end.


Alone, Alfred Ashford sat on the wide, sweeping stairs of his home, half blind with rage. The destruction had finally ceased raining down from the skies, but his home had been damaged, their home. It had been built for his grandfather's great-grandmother -- the brilliant and beautiful Veronica, God rest her soul -- on the isolated oasis that she had named Rockfort, where she had made a magical life for herself and her progeny over the generations...and now, in the blink of an eye, some horrible fanatic group had dared to try and destroy it. Most of the second floor architecture had been warped and twisted, doors crushed shut, only their private rooms left whole.

Uncouth, uncultured miscreants. They can't even fathom the measure of their own ignorance.

Alexia was weeping upstairs, her delicate rose of a heart surely aching with the loss. The mere thought of his sister's needless pain fueled his rage to greater intensity, making him want to strike out -- but there was no one to submit to his anger, all the commanding officers and chief scientists dead, even his own personal staff. He'd watched it happen from the safety of the private mansion's secret monitor room, each tiny screen telling a different story of brutal suffering and pathetic incompetence. Almost everyone had died, and the rest had run like frightened rabbits; most of the island's planes were already gone. His personal cook had been the only survivor in the common receiving mansion, but she'd screamed so much that he himself had been forced to shoot her.

We're still here, though, safe from the unwashed hands of the world. The Ashfords will survive and prosper, to dance on the graves of our adversaries, to drink champagne from the skulls of their children.

He imagined dancing with Alexia, holding her close, waltzing to the dynamic music of their enemies' tortured screams....It would be nothing short of bliss, his twin's gaze locked to his, sharing the awareness of their superiority over the common man, over the stupidity of those who sought to destroy them.

The question was, who had been responsible for the attack? Umbrella had many enemies, from legitimate rival pharmaceutical companies to private shareholders -- the loss of Raccoon City had been disastrous for the market -- to the few closet competitors of White Umbrella, their covert bioweapons research department. Umbrella Pharmaceutical, the brainchild of Lord Oswell Spencer and Alfred's own grandfather, Edward Ashford, was extremely lucrative, an industrial empire...but the real power lay with Umbrella's clandestine activities, the operations of which had become too vast to remain entirely unnoticed. And there were spies everywhere.

Alfred clenched his fists, frustrated, his entire body a live wire of furious tension -- and was suddenly aware of Alexia's presence behind him, a trace of gardenia in the air. He'd been so intent on his emotional chaos that he hadn't even heard her approach.

"You mustn't let yourself despair, my brother," she said gently, and stepped down to sit beside him. "We will prevail; we always have."

She knew him so well. When she'd been away from Rockfort all those years ago, he'd been so lonely, so afraid that they might lose some of their special connection...but if anything, they were closer now than ever before. They never spoke about their separation, about the things that had happened after the experiments at the Antarctic facility, both of them just so happy to be together that they would say nothing to spoil it. She felt the same way, he was certain.

He gazed at her for long seconds, soothed by her graceful presence, astounded as always by the depths of her beauty. If he hadn't heard her weeping in her bedroom, he wouldn't have known that she'd shed a tear. Her porcelain skin was radiant, her sky-blue eyes clear and shining. Even today, this darkest of days, the very sight of her gave him such pleasure...

"What would I do without you?" Alfred asked softly, knowing that the answer was too painful to consider. He'd gone half-mad with loneliness when she'd been away, and sometimes still had strange episodes, nightmares that he was alone, that Alexia had left him. It was one of the reasons he encouraged her never to leave their heavily secured private residence, located behind the visitor mansion. She didn't mind; she had her studies, and was aware that she was too important, too exquisite to be admired by just anyone, quite content to be sustained by her brother's affections, trusting him to be her sole contact with the outside world.

If only I could stay with her all the time, just the two of us, hidden away...But no, he was an Ashford, responsible for the Ashford's stake in Umbrella, accountable for the entire Rockfort compound. When their basically incompetent father, Alexander Ashford, had gone missing some fifteen years before, the young Alfred had stepped up to take his place. The key players behind Umbrella's bioweapons research had tried to keep him out of the loop, but only because he intimidated them, cowed them by the natural supremacy of his family name. Now they sent him regular reports, respectfully explaining the decisions they made on his behalf, making it clear that they would get in touch with him immediately if the need arose.

I suppose I should contact them, tell them what's happened....He'd always left those matters to his personal secretary, Robert Dorson, but Robert had left his service some weeks before to join the other prisoners, after expressing a bit too much curiosity about Alexia.

She was smiling at him now, her face glowing with understanding and adoration. Yes, she was so much better to him since her return to Rockfort, truly as devoted to him as he'd always been to her.

"You'll protect me, won't you," she said, not a question. "You'll find out who did this to us, and then show them what one gets for trying to destroy a legacy as powerful as ours."

Overcome with love, Alfred reached out to touch her but stopped short, all too aware that she didn't like physical contact. He nodded instead, some of his rage returning as he thought of someone trying to harm his beloved Alexia. Never, not as long as he lived, would he allow that to happen.

"Yes, Alexia," he said passionately. "I'll make them suffer, I swear it."

He could see in her eyes that she believed in him, and his heart filled with pride, just as his thoughts turned to the discovery of their enemy. An absolute hatred for Rockfort's assailants was growing inside of him, for the stain of weakness they had tried to paint on the Ashford name.

I'll teach them regret, Alexia, and they'll never forget the lesson.

His sister relied on him. Alfred would die before letting her down.

Copyright © 2001 by Capcom U.S.A., Inc.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2004

    another master piece by sd perry

    this was a great book all of the chatacters emotions were clearly shown and there knowleadge of military tactics were visible without mention i have read all of these books and hope to god she makes a seventh

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2003

    turn this book into a move

    the zombies keep coming back for more so turn this book into a movie. i know thier has already been a resident evil movie, but make this one better than the first one. talk to the actors about your book because it's the coolest and believe me when i say that it's going to sale.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2003

    i luuuuuuuuuv this book!!!!

    ok this was a GREAT book! its worth reading 100 times. the scenes in the test area are really good. and for some reason i keep hoping david and rebecca would be the same age so they could get together...but anyway does anyone know when the next book will be out? cuz when it is i will definitely get it!!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2003

    Zombie Paridise

    This is one of the best books I have ever read! The grafic details and in depth characters make this book a must read. You'll never want to put it down and you'll be left wanting more.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2009

    Great Book!!

    I love just about anything Resident Evil. I think this book did a good job turning a video into a book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 3, 2009

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    In comparison to other RE novels, this falls flat.

    I have loved just about every one of the Resident Evil novels, also being a huge fan of the games. I finally got around to reading this one and many had told me it was pretty good. No thank you.<BR/><BR/>I found it to be deathly boring and slow paced. Many of the characters are brand new, minus the main four of RE1. While Rebecca is portrayed as a main character in this, I felt like she took a back seat to the "original" characters after about halfway. The plot was dull and felt uneventful. I found myself almost dreading any time I had to read it. After about 3/4 of the way through, I was skimming through the pages to finish it faster.<BR/><BR/>I simply did not like this one. Perhaps you will. I found it to be very dull. If you have an interest in reading these novels, do NOT start with this one.

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  • Posted December 11, 2008

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    Excellent Game Series Filler!

    This book tells the events between Resident Evil 1 & 2 of the game series. It is an excellent filler for those who love the game series. I enjoyed this book and had fun reading it. You really get the sense of an even more expansive world than in the video games because everything is more detailed and makes for a more in depth story!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 11, 2008

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    Excellent Game and Book Series!

    I am a huge fan of the Resident Evil franchise and have played all of the games so I figured I would see how the books where. The book is a more detailed version of the game so if you are a fan of the game series then I guarantee you will enjoy this book. It is fun and keeps you entertained throughout. I almost felt as though I was playing the game except just with a more in depth story!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2008

    Enjoyable Filler

    This book is a very good filler for the events that take place between Resident Evil 1 & 2. It is not based on a game as Resident Evil fans know but is an enjoyable read and goes great with the series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2008

    Resident Evil Rules!!!

    I am a huge Resident Evil fan and this is the first book that I have read on the series. It certainly did the game justice and is a great read. Even if you have never played any of the games or don't know anything about them, you can still get into this book. It is very entertaining and I look forward to reading the rest!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2008

    A reviewer

    First of all, this book was great. I rarely read (mainly because most books bore me), but I decided to give this one a chance because I love the games. As with most books, the first of it starts off a little slow, but the action then intensifies and will keep you reading. It's not just action, though. Like the games, it's filled with puzzle mysteries. I enjoyed how close it was to the game, and in some ways I liked it better because there's more info released into it (although not official). Definitely looking forward to getting the next ones in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2007

    Best in the Series

    I have read every book in the series, and this one is by far the best. Non-stop action, And twist that you never saw coming. Not to mention how scary it was. this is a must have for anyone who loves zombie stories.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2007

    RE Fans gotta check this out

    I have read many books in my short 16 years of life. The Resident Evil series is, in my opinion, a very well developed story. In the first book, there is suspense, mystery, and action. Given the fact that I love anything zombie, I immediately went to the bookstore and eagerly bought the second in the series. The end of the first book left you out in the cold, begging for more of the zombie slaying carnage and mind racking puzzles. The second picks you up, dusts you off, and puts you back on the Resident Evil bandwagon!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2006

    best of the series

    i thought that city of the dead was the best installment in the series of resident evil. Perry did a great job writing about the city under seige by the zombies. The book was enjoyable because it kept me wanting to read more and more. This is a great read for anyone that loves the resident evil series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2006

    omg

    i love this book it is my favorite of the whole series either this one or umbrella conspiracy. my boyfriend got me to read these books and i have loved every one the only one i havent read out of the entire series is zero hour which i am in hope of reading soon.... i cant wait for more of these books to come out i am dying to find out what happens in the end!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2005

    Deadly Delight

    With the third installment of S. D. Perry's 'Resident Evil' series it comes as no surprise the the corrupt Umbrella Corporation is churning out all sorts of sick surprises. G-Virus, Tyrants and Chestbursters (a not so subtle reference to the 'Aliens' line of books Perry previously penned) are among the offerings in this outing. A bit more innovative than the two previous entries, it moves smoothly with each chapter carrying the reader's interest along with an even flow from page to page. This novel proves an easy transition to Perry's next 'RE' novel entitled 'Underworld'.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2005

    'Underworld' Over the Top

    One gets the feeling that this series is, if nothing else, a travelogue disquised as horror novels. All this moving about is, at times, over the top. New locales, of course, provide a fresh batch of creepy critters in the ever expanding menagerie of Umbrella's offerings. Lurking and lurching beneath the sands of an American Southwest desert secret facility there are creatures that are as unnatural as they are unwholsome. Dacs, Scorps, Spitters and Hunters ... Oh my! Dorothy and Toto most likely would have found their journey through Oz much more harrowing had such denizens crept across the Yellow Brick Road. More exciting than this, though, is an enticing glimpse into the ever present and always mysterious Mr. Trent ... just enough for the faithful 'RE' followers to glimpse what is the driving forces behind the man, and Umbrella as well. An interestingly constructed story that leaves one wondering where the next novel will begin.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2005

    Dreadfully Delightful

    With the third installment of Perry's 'Resident Evil' it comes as no surprise that the corrupt Umbrella Corporation is still churning out all sorts of sick surprises. G-viruses, Tyrants, and Chestbursters (a not so subtle reference to Perry's series of 'Aliens' books) is part of the fare in this outing. Quite a bit more innovative than the two previous entries in these volumes, 'City of the Dead' moves smoothly from page to page and chapter to chapter and is quick to capture the interest of those reading it. As it is, this proves a graceful transition to the next 'RE' offering 'Underworld'.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 7, 2011

    LOVE IT

    I love this book and all in the series! Well worth your money and time reading them! Highly recommended!!! Wish the author would have written more!!

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  • Posted March 18, 2010

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    I loved it

    Just like all the others, its awesome

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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