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There was Holly on her back naked in the middle of the floor her heels touching the border of the Turkish rug Up on the twentieth floor it was cooler than down in the street The phone rang she got up and covered herself with a bathrobe It was 630 in the morning she picked up the phone still drowsy since being jerked from her deep sleep Hello she mumbled Colonel asked a deep and alert voice General Bailey she inquired rather surprised We have a situation get down here ASAP Colonel demanded the general Yes sir answered Holly Colonel Holly Parsons was the head of research at the United States Army Medical Institute for Research of Infectious Diseases also known as RIID in Aspen Hill Maryland She conducted research on the worlds deadliest viruses in one of the two only institutes in the country equipped to do so the other being the Center for Disease Control CDC in Atlanta It was 645 and she knew she had to get moving so she jumped in the shower got dressed and was out the door by 700 She stopped for coffee to complete the awakening process and to get her prepped for the long drive from her apartment in the city to the institute in the country She pulled up and the sentry at the gate smiled at her as she handed over her ID His submachine gun was tucked neatly into the small of his back almost out of sight Morning maam She smiled as he passed her card under the UV scanner Have a nice day She waited for the gates to open and drove in She placed her thumb on the fingerprint scanner and reported to General Baileys office Whats the problem sir asked Holly Theres been a strange death Colonel replied Bailey Strange sir queried Holly very curious now Your teams in the suite waiting for you go scrub in and meet
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