Professional CourtesyThe whole place smelled. He was used to the slums in his own town, but this place reeked of a whole different order.Professional Courtesy5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Still, all slums were laid out more or less the same. And people always thought they could hide in them.
The man consulted his watch with a sigh. He hoped this wouldn't take too long - he hated being away from home.
But he had lost his target. It happened sometimes, but not that often. His orders were clear; Jenkens had defaulted on his payments, and his liver was forfeit. The last his neighbors had seen of him, he had been planning a trip to this god-forsaken place.
He didn't find his target, but he did find that this man appeared to have a habit of leaving behind unpaid bills. The owner of an upscale bed and breakfast had told him Jenkens had skipped out on his payment, even leaving most of his belongings behind.
It seemed that the man knew he was being hunted.
But, Nathan was experienced. For someone on the run from GeneCo, Jenkens had done a lousy job at c
Encore :RepoGeneticOpera:In the confusion after Shilo left the medical team rushed to Rotti's aid and his children continued to fight. No one really noticed when the body of rogue repo man Nathan Wallace vanished.Encore :RepoGeneticOpera:5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Graverobber was good at not being seen. The only set back was that Nathan was heavier than he had expected. Still, he got him out of the theatre and into his junker of a car, and down to the dump.
He hadn't always been a drug dealer. Once he had cared about people, but after Gene-Co had cornered the market in all things medical, he had been out of a job. After seeing so many vain and foolish people, he had grown hard.
He dumped Nathan's barely alive body on the table unceremoniously. It was a shot in the dark without proper equipment, and it had been years since he had done surgery, but he decided to try. Nathan had lost control of his own life seventeen years ago, although he had tried to do the best he could for his daughter. He was going to give the former repo-man one last chance to ta