By Howard Hunt
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Thorne shook his head. "We're in the middle of one. A big one. When I wired you I knew it would be too big for me. " Thorne's face lightened. "No problem," he said. " "We'll retire . . " Cameron tapped his wallet. "My trial cost money; and they don't pay union rates in the pen. " Thorne took a thick sheaf of thousand-franc notes from an attaché case beside him, and put it on Cameron's lap. " Cameron looked at his friend. " He saw his friend's face soften. " "I sent you the clippings. " Thorne's eyebrows raised.
Voila," the driver said. " "Press gently on your horn four times," Cameron said. " "Like that. " The Rolls growled into life and moved ponderously ahead, turning into the Bois and the dark rain-drenched lane of the Route de Madrid. " He gave the driver two hundred francs. When the two cars had stopped, he opened the door and stepped onto moist gravel, blinking in the darkness, feeling the leaf-shed mist on his face, hearing the night sounds, of a forest in the rain. The taxi backed, swung out onto the Route, and chugged away toward Longchamps.
The doorman started to walk toward the desk, but Cameron said, "Not now. " The doorman nodded and Cameron tipped him. "I understand, m'sieu. " He put down the valise and called sharply to a porter. Cameron walked down through the lobby and turned off into the lavatory. He washed his hands, splashed warm water across his face, dried himself, and walked back through the corridor. Before he reached the lobby, he went out the side entrance onto the street, and stood in the dim light looking up at the American Embassy until a cruising taxi pulled over to the curb.
The Violent Ones by Howard Hunt