Gregory Dishon, founder of American Dream Mortgage Company, sat in his well hidden, high-rise office a few blocks away listening as he watched the entire exchange between his top producer, Jonathan Franks, and agent Eve Campbell of the NCCOB. The whole inquiry had taken less than thirty minutes. Franks' reaction, or lack of, when told about Thorne, was unsettling. Dishon assumed Franks would lead him to Thorne. Sean Thorne had become a liability that needed to be neutralized, and now, possibly, Franks. Thorne eluded Dishon's best and disappeared into thin air. He had to be found at any cost. Watching every move Franks made from this point was no longer an option; it was now a way of life. But with this new speed bump he would have to be very cautious. Having the government, state or federal, looking into his affairs was not something for which he was prepared. Dishon felt he might have to tread lightly, possibly shutting down his operation and reopening elsewhere. Though he never got a close look at agent Campbell, there was something prophetic about the way she carried herself.They hopped onto a Harley softail, started it up and pulled out of the lot without giving any further instructions. Jonathan followed closely behind. They werena#39;t on the road for a half mile when suddenlyJonathana#39;s heart sank, in his rear view mirror he noticed a black Ford Expedition had followed him out of the ... He also saw the lights of boats traveling along the water, along with the rim of the lake lined byanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Deed of Trust|
|Author||:||E. D. Frazier|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2006-08-01|