Chimera by Rob Thurman

Police Procedurals

By Rob Thurman

View our function on Rob Thurman’s Chimera. New from the nationwide bestselling writer of Roadkill A sci-fi mystery that asks the questions... What makes us human... What makes us unique... And what makes us kill? Ten years in the past, Stefan Korsak's more youthful brother used to be abducted. no longer an afternoon has handed that Stefan hasn't considered him. As a emerging determine within the Russian mafia, he has ultimately stumbled on him. but if he rescues Lukas, he needs to confront a negative truth-his brother isn't any longer his brother. he's a knowledgeable, genetically-altered killer. Now, those that created him will do whatever to reclaim him. And the nearer Stefan grows to his brother, the extra he realizes that saving Lukas could be more straightforward than surviving him... Watch a Video

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Damn it, I just didn’t know. Every time I brought up the subject, it ended in the same way. I jammed the fork into soy-soaked noodles and twirled it savagely. Lukas was gone, he’d say implacably. We had to accept it and move on. Living in the past was useless and it was weak. It had no place in men like us. He’d given up so easily, so goddamn easily. In ten years not a day had gone by that I hadn’t thought of Lukas. I had no illusions that it was the same for Anatoly. Taking the noodles to my computer, I sat down and clicked onto the Net.

Screwing around was the right term on both sides. Our kind weren’t into relationships. Natalie though . . Natalie had been different. I’d gone to college with Nat and even dated her off and on my sophomore and junior year. When I ran into her three years later, we had picked up where we’d left off without missing a beat. There was the same banter; Nat had a wit sharper and more delicately cutting than glass. There were the same habits of late-night pizza and early-morning runs, which was one helluva sacrifice for me.

Pretty, but that wasn’t what made the dream so vivid. The unmistakably pungent smell of ripe horse manure, not to mention the equally pungent smell of his own sweat—they were the details that brought it home. He had other dreams, not as often, but on the rare occasion that he did, he never picked up scents. It made him wonder. And if there was one thing he hated, it was pointless wondering. Why did he dream in such rich detail of things he’d never done, never known? He wasn’t saying that it wasn’t possible, a dream such as that.

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