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|Title of Suspense & Thrillers eBook: Demolition Angel|
|Release Date: 07-22-2009|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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PROLOGUE To be disrupted: when the human body is blown apart; as by the pressure force of a bomb. —Gradwohl’s Legal Medicine
Code Three Roll Out Bomb Squad Silver Lake, California
Charlie Riggio stared at the cardboard box sitting beside the Dumpster. It was a Jolly Green Giant box, with what appeared to be a crumpled brown paper bag sticking up through the top. The box was stamped green beans. Neither Riggio nor the two uniformed officers with him approached closer than the corner of the strip mall there on Sunset Boulevard; they could see the box fine from where they were.
“How long has it been there?”
One of the Adam car officers, a Filipino named Ruiz, checked his watch.
“We got our dispatch about two hours ago. We been here since.”
“Find anyone who saw how it got there?”
“Oh, no, dude. Nobody.”
The other officer, a black guy named Mason, nodded.
“Ruiz is the one saw it. He went over and looked in the bag, the crazy Flip.”
“So tell me what you saw.”
“I told your sergeant.”
“Tell me. I’m the sonofabitch who’s gonna approach the damned thing.”
Ruiz described seeing the capped ends of two galvanized pipes taped together with silver duct tape. The pipes were loosely wrapped in newspaper, Ruiz said, so he had only seen the ends.
Riggio considered that. They were standing in a strip mall on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, an area that had seen increasing gang activity in recent months. Gangbangers would steal galvanized pipe from construction sites or dig up plastic PVC fr