Guilty

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Guilty
Lee Goldberg
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Categories: Fiction
The Chrysler sedan lumbered through like a barge.
    Ortiz sat in the backseat beside Macklin, who squinted through the mud-smeared windshield at the thatched huts and chalky white buildings ahead.
...    "How long has the weather been like this?" Macklin asked. "It must be killing the tourist trade." He felt the cold barrel of his .357 poke him in the side. Macklin glanced down at it in surprise and then up into Ortiz's impassive face.
    "I guess you don't like small talk," Macklin said.
    Ortiz nudged him with the gun. "Open your door." Macklin pushed open the door. Muddy water splashed into the moving car. "If you wanted fresh air, you could have just asked me nicely." "Jump out," Ortiz said.
    Macklin sighed and looked glumly at the man. "You aren't Captain Ortiz." "Brilliant deduction," the man said, "now jump." Macklin hesitated. He knew it had been too good to be true. No one can step off a plane, kill a couple men two minutes later, and then expect to be politely escorted past customs into a waiting car without any hassles.
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