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The Good, the Bad, and the Undead (The Hollows, #2) The Good, the Bad, and the Undead by Kim Harrison
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“I told you, computers are like women. If you shout at them or ask them to do too many things at once, they shut down and you won't even get a sniff" pg. 4”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Come work for me, and I’ll tell you.”
My eyes went to his. “You are a thief, a cheat, a murderer, and a not-nice man,” I said calmly. “I don’t like you.”
He shrugged, the motion making him look utterly harmless. “I’m not a thief,” he said. “And I don’t mind manipulating you into working for me when I need it.” He smiled, showing me perfect teeth. “I enjoy it, actually.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“itsy-bitsy-skitsy”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“She reeked of tenure”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Maybe if I didn't say anything about what happened, we could get back to the way we were. Ignoring a problem was a perfectly acceptable way to deal with it, as long as both people agree never to bring it up again.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
tags: humor
“Rose to Rachel:
You cry you get angry then you do something about it.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“You are your father's daughter,' he said, the skin around his eyes tightening. 'Trent is his father's son. Apart, you are annoying. Together...you have the potential to be a problem.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“You are so full of yourself, Trent,” I said, wishing I could shift the car into reverse and drive over his foot.
His smile widened.
“What?” I demanded.
“You called me by my first name. I like that.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“He darted a guilty look toward his dad. “Will you—get me a bottle of spicy?”
My eyes jerked to his.
“Maybe some barbecue sauce?”
I closed my mouth before a bug flew into it. “Sure.” I did not believe this. I was pimping ketchup to the son of the FIB’s captain.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“I pushed him back with a finger. “Your accent stinks. Go away until you get it right.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Money in hand, I glanced up to find Glenn eyeing a rack of stuffed rats. As the salesman rang up my purchase, Glenn leaned close and, still staring at the rats, whispered, “What are those used for?”
“I have no idea.” I got my receipt and jammed everything in my bag…

Glenn surprised me by opening the car door for me, and as I settled in the seat, he leaned against the frame of the open window. “I’ll be right back,” he said, and strode inside. He was out in a moment with a small white bag. I watched him cross in front of the car—wondering. Timing himself between the traffic, he opened the door and slid in behind the wheel.

“Well?” I asked as he set the package between us. “What did you get?” Glenn started the car and pulled out into traffic. “A stuffed rat.”

“Oh,” I said, surprised. What the devil was he going to do with it? Even I didn’t know what it was for. I was dying to ask all the way to the FIB building but managed to keep my mouth shut even as we slipped into the cold shade of their underground parking.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“And I can't read your mind either, just your face.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Tell you what,” I said, my eyebrows rising. “You can drive me home if we keep to one topic on the way.”
“Your father?” he guessed, and I nodded. I was getting used to this deal-with-a-demon business.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Such a pretty pair you make, like matched horses in my stables.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“You are such fun, Ms. Morgan. Watching you is like watching a five-year-old.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“She was the most private person I knew, not even telling herself what her feelings were until she found a logical reason to justify them.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“It’s the only choices we have. You eliminate everything, and whatever remains, no matter how improbable, is the answer.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“And he was athletic in a lean sort of way, his long legs able to keep up with me whenever I coerced him into driving me out to the zoo for their early open hours for runners only; those hills were killers on the calves.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“I told you, computers are like women. If you shout at them or ask them to do too many things at once, they shut down and you won’t even get a sniff.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“As I watched, another pizza went out, the car lurching into the street and speeding away with the quickness that told of a large engine. Pizza drivers have made good money since they successfully lobbied for hazard pay.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“day sleeper. solicitors will be eaten.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“How do you deal with it? How do you keep from falling apart? That—What happened to them is horrible. How can a person do that to another?” Rose took a slow breath. “You cry, you get angry, then you do something about it.” I watched her leave, the clack of her quick heels sounding sharp before the door closed. Yeah. I can do that.”
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“Originally the arrangement had been to keep me from running into assassins at the store and creating a new meaning to the phrase “cleanup in aisle three.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“The I.S. didn’t teach its runners how to deal with this. Runners were runners, not murder investigators. They brought their tags in alive, even the dead ones.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“Justice’s wheels were greased with paper and fueled by quick feet on the streets.”
Kim Harrison, The Good, the Bad, and the Undead
“The sound of his hard-soled shoes on the street faltered. “You live in a church?” My eyes narrowed. “Yeah. But I don’t sleep with voodoo dolls.” “Huh?” “Never mind.”
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