Inajda has placed a recorder inside Alexand’s contact lens and will return to Abouna Panak with the incriminating evidence implicating high up members of the world’s government, including the American President and Mongolian Vice President in the abduction, torture and murder of children. (News – The Broken Writer – I will be taking a break from 23rd June until 1st September. Next issue – Wednesday 1st September. Thank you for your patience.)
Inajda takes Alexand out onto the streets of Moscow, as the life readings of the Mongolian Vice President are registering on the tracking mechanism in her writer. They follow the signal towards a large circus pavilion pitched in Vorontsovskiy Park.
Alexand follows Inajda into her hideout in the heart of the Amanojuko Capital City. (If you enjoy this story, then please consider donating to the DEC India appeal. This issue is dedicated to a friend of mine, who happens to live in India. This story is for you, Siddiqui Fayesal Stay safe.)
After Sister Ancille confirmed that Alexand’s grandparents were the suspects in her father’s murder, Alexand retreated from the city, frightened that her father’s legacy did indeed suggest that she and Heyem were in danger from the Amanojuko, because of what could potentially be in their blood. (Special thanks to David Gittlin. You can read David’s blog here.)
Field Marshal Panak took the container holding the Amanojuko agent, with him all the way to Antarctica, where there is another, more secret rebel outpost. It is the gateway to an underground prison city, called the Prison of Souls. Only a few undercover agents know it exists, including Inajda Rekaya.
Alexand returned from the barn alone, and Heyem and Antun saw that the grave robber had disappeared along with the mysterious Field Marshal Panak. Alexand turns off the light so it is dark enough for them to see a projection on the wall. (Happy New Year everyone.)