The Lion is a novel by American author Nelson DeMille. It is the fifth of DeMille's novels to feature Detective John Corey, now working as a contractor for. Both survived the encounter in Nelson DeMille's near-prescient bestseller, “The Lion's Game.” Khalil returns, seeking revenge, in “The Lion,”. Asad Khalil (aka The Lion), the ruthless Libyan terrorist who menaced ex-NYPD cop John Corey in The Lion's Game , returns to the U.S.
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Do you remember me?
How could I forget? You killed more people than cancer when you got inside The following is a transcript of a phone intercept recorded June 8, You killed more people than cancer when you got inside the U.
It was a good run. Of course, you kept me from completing my ultimate objective. How have you been?
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Lots of work in Afghanistan and Iraq for terrorists these days. Yeah, you guys have kept me hopping, too.
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Hey, do you still work with that woman you were partnered with when you were chasing me? What was her name? And we still work together.
In fact, we got married. But working with your wife?
The Lion (John Corey, #5) by Nelson DeMille
That has to be awkward. Besides, what do you know about working with females? We need to discuss some business.
But you really should try dating a girl instead of stoning her to death at some point. Anyhow, back to the reason I called.
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Lion'
And when she confessed this to me about six months ago, I thought she said, "streetwalker," which I could forgive. What I can't forgive is her getting me to agree to take up this so-called sport. So, here we were — Mr. John Corey — at Sullivan County Airport, which is basically in the middle of nowhere, in upstate New York, a long nelson demille the lion from my Manhattan turf.
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Kate, looking good in a silver jumpsuit, said to me, "I'm excited. Let's go back to the motel. Also, I don't mind flying.
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