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Unformatted text preview: t I have?" "They have less than you have, by far," said Lark, "except for one thing. They have some of the placenta." "I have to get it." "You will. The family will release it to you. And nobody in New York is putting all this together yet, as I told you. But there is another group involved." "What do you mean? Where?" Lark stopped before the door to the outer corridor. He placed his hand on the knob. "Rowan had some friends in an organization called the Talamasca. Historical research group. They too took samples at the site of the birth and the disappearance." "They did?" "Yes. I don't know what's happened on that. I just know the organi- zation is extremely interested in the history of the Mayfair family. They seem to feel they have a proprietary interest. They've been call- ing me night and day about this since I contacted the family. I'll see one of them-Aaron Lightner-tomorrow morning in New Orleans. I'll...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
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