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He heard a foghorn blow, then a red and white tugboat glided into view, guiding a container ship through the swirling mist toward the Port of Oakland and leaving a black plume of diesel exhaust in its wake. He could just make out the captain standing at the controls inside the upper bridge of the rusting craft and the yellow-slickered crewman poised at the bow. Donnally then felt his mind sweep upward and he imagined himself looking down at a nautical chart of the bay with its contours of land, depths of water, edges of coastline, tidal currents, and sunken hazards: all the details needed for navigation, except for a marked route, much less an inland passage leading to whatever bush Charles Brown was living, or had died, under.
She was a psychiatrist at the VA hospital at Fort Miley, a half mile north. ” She gave him an up-from-under look. “It’s true,” Donnally said. ” A gusting Pacific wind that had skimmed the beach a few blocks away, now pushed in through the window and rocked the pages on the line. Donnally glanced in the direction of the basement door. ” Janie nodded, then headed toward the stairs. ” She looked back over her shoulder and winked. ” Donnally turned back to the file. . . homicidal and sexual ideations.
Ten years earlier, he was on TV almost daily. Rimless glasses. Black hair slicked back like snake scales. Just an hour after the shootout that ended Donnally’s career, Hamlin was on television claiming that the cops—Donnally and his police department conspirators—had instigated it in order to start a Mexican gang war. “You don’t need to call—” But Sonny was already dialing. Sonny glanced back and forth between a business card on the coffee table and the number pad on his cell phone, then waited as the call connected.