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  • Murphy took the kettle to a windowless, out-of-the-way, unused toolroom that contained only some shelves with seldom-used tooling, a few file cabinets, and a steel table with two chairs.

    VELOCITY

  • They were as usual for a Monday at midday in the drab, windowless toolroom that was all but forgotten by everyone else in the plant.

    VELOCITY

  • Murphy entered the Oakton toolroom with a cast-iron kettle in hand – only to find Jayro Pepps carefully heating the bottom of a large skillet with a propane torch.

    VELOCITY

  • But from the far side of the toolroom door came an angry and loud voice.

    VELOCITY

  • The toolroom door opened, and there stood Jerome Pepps with a brown paper sack in one hand.

    VELOCITY

  • And she steered Wayne Reese out of the toolroom and closed the door behind her.

    VELOCITY

  • Every Monday for the past seventeen years Murphy and Jayro had been having lunch in this toolroom, just the two of them.

    VELOCITY

  • When he reached it and opened the toolroom door, he was relieved to find the room in its usual state: empty.

    VELOCITY

  • Even without a conscious decision to do so, Wayne headed in the direction of the drab little toolroom tucked away at the end of a seldom-trafficked corridor of the plant.

    VELOCITY

  • He led the way through the plant, and they soon arrived at the little toolroom at the end of the corridor that Wayne had discovered.

    VELOCITY

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