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Cameron,” he had said, unaware of the nickname bestowed by his friend's colleagues, “I can't talk long. You can pursue this or you can just watch it happen and wish it had been your story. ” “Yeah. ” “It is a big deal, Cameron. Our guy got shot down. ” “What a surprise that that won't happen. ” “No way. ” “Cameron, if my information is correct, the initial stage is a done deal. N. ” “I don't know, Dirk. ” “Well, that's true. ” “But I'm not wrong, Cameron. N. ” Buck realized that he and Dirk had been sparring the way everyone at Princeton had during weekend pizza and beer bashes in the dorms.
Another picture of the two of them, him looking confidently at the camera, her gazing at him. He did not deserve her. He deserved this, he knew, to be mocked by his own self-centeredness and to be stripped of the most important person in his life. He approached the bed, knowing what he would find. The indented pillow, the wrinkled covers. He could smell her, though he knew the bed would be cold. He carefully peeled back the blankets and sheet to reveal her locket, which carried a picture of him.
I heard. Well, I sure appreciate this. How about you? ” “I got word that my dad and brother are OK. ” “Oh. ” “Can't remember. ” Hattie sounded sad, guarded. ” Buck asked. “Oh, nothing. ” “Well, you remember what I told you on the plane. ” “No, it's OK. ” “Yeah. I just got off the phone with the captain who piloted the flight you were on. He lost his wife and son, but his daughter is OK. ” “About twenty, I guess. ” “Mr. ” “Buck. ” “Well, Buck, I know better than to say what I said about your niece and nephew.