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I didn’t think the question really needed an answer, so I nodded and waited for him to explain things. ” he asked. “Fine, Major. ” “Sam Harding and I were in the same class at West Point,” he said, holding up a hand to show me the West Point ring. ” He went silent, as if that explained everything. Maybe it did. ” “Sam and I got together a few times in Naples, when he was still in Italy. He told me about you. ” “That’s not something I’ve heard from him very often,” I said. Never was more like it.
Let’s go back,” I whispered, pulling Diana by the arm. She wore a silk blouse and tweed skirt from the clothes that had been provided for her and the sensation was appealing. “Why? ” She stood closer to me as we edged against the wall. Feeling the smooth silk against her skin, I hated the thought of leaving her so soon. “He’s from the embassy. ” “He’s American. He’s not an agent, unless he’s in disguise as a Harvard twit. He’s too young to have any clout, which makes him a messenger boy. ” “All right,” Diana said in a low voice, her face close to mine, close enough to feel the heat of her breath on my cheek.
I’ve been there more than a month, I know the place inside out. Odds are I’ll get the dope on this guy before I change my socks. ” “Okay,” I said, deciding he had a point. It had been a while since I’d been to Caserta, and Galante’s death was probably the main topic of discussion at the palace anyway. It might be interesting to hear what Einsmann had to say about it. Plus, there was no reason to mention Landry. D. ” “Not sure, but his body was found next to that pool with the statue of Diana and the guy who got eaten by his dogs.