Gaijin by Marc Olden

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Richard Wagner. ” Willis Speed said, “Goddam it, leave her alone. ” “No, you won’t tell me his name,” de Jongh said. ‘Because if you say another word without my having addressed you directly, I shall cut out your tongue. My question is directed to Miss Waycross. ” Alexis, face and hair covered with her blood, tried to get away from de Jongh by crawling under the cow now standing and chewing its cud. De Jongh said, “Tsk, tsk,” and grabbed the rope around her ankles, dragged her toward him on her stomach, and cut her on each buttock.

Hawaii, the social rainbow. “Flapdoodle and twaddle,” his mother would have said. Straight from Gilbert and Sullivan, whom she had taught him to love. A line from ‘The Gondoliers’ came to mind—When everyone is somebodee, then no one’s anybody. Razan had not wanted to come to Hawaii. The trip, his first outside Japan in years, had been forced upon him. Leaving the country for a secret meeting with the Americans, however, was the key to holding together his yakuza group, and guarding his “island,” his territory in Japan and the Far East.

Instead she and de Jongh eyed one another as she lifted her right hand and patted the hair hiding the scar tissue where her right ear used to be. The silver-haired de Jongh nodded silently. Recognition. Alexis felt him stare into her very soul with the same powerful life force that had terrified her almost forty years ago. That terrified her even now. The Korean averted his face and with his back to Alexis now angrily whispered to de Jongh. The sense of danger hit Alexis like a kick in the stomach.

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