He leaned back in his chair, thinking about the call he’d disconnected less than a minute ago. The news wasn’t all that unexpected, but either way it wasn’t what he’d wanted to hear.
Logging off his computer, he strolled as casually as possible out to the lobby to let his assistant know he’d be gone for the rest of the day. She looked at him as though she wanted to question him, but luckily she didn’t.
The drive seemed to take no time at all, and suddenly he was there, parked in front of the old, worn-down, two story building.