“The drones are nearly out of battery power,” Malina says finally. “Time to call it.”
Then to her team, Malina issues the order over the comm line. “Control to ground team. It’s time to pull back and reconvene at Orly.”
Cy doesn’t feel that they should abandon the search just yet, so she looks at Elven and gets an idea. “Elven, did Bilbo tell Michael anything about who’s in charge at the estate when Stonces is gone? Did he tell you who is Stonces’s first in command?” she asks.
“No, I don’t think so,” Elven says, thinking.
“I know him,” Malina interjects. “His name is Geoffrey …”
“OK. I can work with that,” Cy responds a little too quickly.
Without warning, she grabs her walking stick and starts up the road toward the winery’s main gate.
“Wait. Where are you going?” d_ArkAngl calls after her.
“I’m going to find Geoffrey,” Cy answers. “If anybody can help us, he can.”
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