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When last we left them, Clyota and the Pressman had gone to the Library to find a secure ‘Net connection for some research into the contents of the lockbox and Clyota was worried about running into her least favorite co-worker.
Naturally, they not only run into her, but into a certain bad guy—one John Anderson-Smith—who does his best to spoil our heroes’ field trip.
Luckily, Clyota has sympathetic back up.
“She’s not a Librarian,” said Diane, shooting me with a look of triumph, “and now she won’t even be a Patron any more.”
“Belay that, Diane,” said a voice. I turned to see Patricia, her stance loose and her expression calm. “I overheard this gentleman,” she indicated Anderson-Smith, “threatening to remove this Patron’s property by force. I find him guilty of attempted theft and intimidation on Library grounds, and I am pulling his Privileges.
“Clayton,” she said, tapping her call button, “I have a Revoked for the Cooler.”
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