With only one grouchy guard between her and success, Markesha hasn’t got time for the small things like “Don’t shove things into the faces of armed guards.”
Markesha’s found the drop off for the black bag delivery and coincidentally, her would-be client from earlier.
Toro drives a hard bargain, and leaves Orson in an uncomfortable spot.
Orson is running into some problems getting a new recruit from the Razors.
Now that Markesha has snuck into the Compound, there’s the small matter of finding the delivery recipient.
Given a choice between razor wire and waiting in line, Markesha will take the razor wire any day.
Rampant, nagging worry has Toshi tempted to reopen parts of his past he’s locked away.
…And now a few words from LEO Logan Pierce on the topic of priorities.
Toshi’s been writing a (completely unpublished) detective series set during the Withering at a refugee camp, for years. His 7th book, Maya Shore: Wither Without You, is turning out to be a hopeless slog, just like the news.
Despite being blind, Toshi keeps himself busy and informed while Markesha is out running mystery packages.