Benevolence- chapter 41

“We’ve got him,” chuckled Raminder. “He’s so fickle.”

Raivis stared straight ahead. He wanted no part of this business. It reminded him of the time he watched his younger brother lean into the Lada of the KGB. He was selling out their father as a traitor. Raivis fled for his life after his father’s arrest.

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