She grabbed the mike and answered.
Mike smiled to soften the words.
"I have a feeling these folks would like to cross the river," Mike said and motioned to Brady.
Mike, you'll have to call Jim and let him know to meet them.
Lana looked around for Kelli and saw her near Mike at the far bonfire.
A few more stragglers, rumors of a new East-West War, Mike summarized with a shrug.
Mike gazed towards the Mississippi.
"The girl misses her family, Mike," Kelli said.
Mike rose and left.
Lana glanced at Mike as he released her and dashed into the nearest of the three buildings.
Mike strode down one, and she checked to make sure Jack was with her before following.
Mike stopped finally in a chamber where two soldiers—one in black and one in gray—were dusting themselves off.
No. Mike already told the soldiers the person they're looking for isn't here.
Mike asked, joining them.
Mike motioned for her to follow.
Mike took them right, and the air grew even cooler.
"Thank you, Mike," she replied and stepped forward.
Let me find Mike, one of the soldiers said.
Mike hesitated long enough for Brady to assess the civilian knew where she was.
"She's a good girl," Mike said.
"Smuggled her via the subs across the river," Mike said.
"She begged me to let her leave," Mike replied, unaffected by Dan's tone.
At last, they arrived at a metal door that Mike swung open to reveal a tiny submersible docked.
Mike asked, turning to them.
The shout went unnoticed until the panicked bartender grabbed the mike of the lead rocker.
Lana flushed at the matter-of-fact tone Mike, Kelli's husband, took.
"Lana, Mike won't risk sending anyone over there, not after the three who went and never came back," Kelli said.
Just please ask Mike to help me get across.
All Mike had to do was get her across the river.
Mike says along the Mississippi, all the towns are like this.
Mike handles the coordination with them.
"Meat's hard to come by," Mike reminded them, crouching nearby.
No more Mike Hammer stuff from now on.
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