By James Mascia
“Who builds a mansion in the midst of the desert?” got here the voice from down below.
Scarlett might have complained that it used to be a silly question—and it was—but she were considering an analogous specific factor. Peering over the dune with an easy pair of binoculars, the massive condo with a backdrop of a number of excessive dunes at the back of it used to be the one factor in sight. There didn’t even appear to be a garrison patrolling the grounds.
True, they have been speculated to meet with minimum resistance in this venture, yet she should still see anything.
This was once too effortless. And in her event, “too effortless” intended lethal. She’d constantly hated Afghanistan. It used to be scorching, it used to be barren, and not anything strong ever got here out of coming the following. Plus she’d be washing sand out of her hair for a week.
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