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- "I have to admit, I'm not accustomed to interviewing an intelligence officer who spends his time reading between the lines."Chapter 13 (30% in)
- Crows made their homes in crow's nests, and Evans, an intelligence officer who was accustomed to speaking in code, was telling him that he would wait for him at a place called Crow's Nest.Chapter 22 (19% in)
- His cotton slacks were held up by a black belt that was cinched tight just below his belly button, higher than she was accustomed to seeing except on older men, and he wasn't old.Chapter 33 (31% in)
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