By Marilyn Lee
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It wouldn't need clearing if you hadn't allowed your racist hack to dirty it, Janson! " "You're priceless! " She stared at him with her mouth open. How did he know she wasn't seeing anyone? And that it was a sore spot for her? "That's a low blow, Janson. " He sighed and nodded. "You're right again. And I'm wrong. " To her dismay, tears filled her eyes. Damn you, Hanna! Now is not the time to go feminine. She dropped her head and looked away. She heard him rise and start across the floor. She told herself she was behaving like a silly heroine out of a nineteenth century romance novel, which didn't stop her from turning her face into his shoulder when he sat next to her.
But if it really was totally deserted, why had Hillhower's informant claimed a big drug deal was going down there? And if it wasn't deserted, they needed backup. Most of all, she needed to be out of this alley with no place to go. " Hillhower demanded in a condescending manner she knew was calculated to make her do just as he wanted. Still, her shoulders stiffened and she yanked her hand back from the radio. " she snapped. He flashed a quick, satisfied smile at her before turning back to face the building.
It wasn't the paper that implicated me in Hillhower's death. It was your latch dog, Mike Neely. Did you ever stop to ask yourself why he wrote those libelous lies? " "If you're asking if I know that he has certain ... friends that this paper and I don't condone, the answer is yes. " He tapped the paper she'd thrown across his desk. "I would not allow that. If you're implying he distorted the article because you're black, forget it. " "The facts? I'll give you the facts, Janson. I've never taken a bribe and I'd give my life protecting any person in The Valley, even the likes of you, Janson, and that hack you call a reporter.