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The King Tides (Lancaster & Daniels, #1) The King Tides by James Swain
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“Cookies are code that sites attach to the IP address on a computer,”
James Swain, The King Tides
“The world was filled with clever killers who mistakenly believed that they’d never be caught. This was not true. Karma had everyone’s address,”
James Swain, The King Tides
“Whoever Fights Monsters”
James Swain, The King Tides
“The world is a good place, and so are most of the people who live in it. Evil people are a minority, and they’re not supposed to win. When they go down, we have every right to pop a bottle of champagne and cheer.”
James Swain, The King Tides
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better,”
James Swain, The King Tides
“Do you think I’m a bad person?” “It doesn’t sound like you have enough time in your life to be a bad person.” “Then why is God doing this to me?” “God isn’t doing this to you. There’s a lot of evil out there. When it touches people, they get hurt. No one’s immune, not even good people like you.”
James Swain, The King Tides
“The FBI was run by arrogant assholes who took credit when cases got solved and pointed the finger when they broke bad.”
James Swain, The King Tides
“Janey had accepted the responsibilities of adulthood, and people like that didn’t run off on a moment’s notice.”
James Swain, The King Tides
“The FBI taught its agents to create theories when conducting investigations, and to shoehorn the evidence they found to make those theories work.”
James Swain, The King Tides
“Karma had everyone’s address,”
James Swain, The King Tides
“If you believed what you read in the newspapers, the decline in the national murder rate was due to a less violent population. Fewer people were dying of gunshot and knife wounds each year, which could only mean that the populace was becoming less violent. Only half of this statement was true. The citizenry was as violent as ever, the number of people being shot and stabbed at an all-time high. What had changed was the medical profession’s ability in dealing with the victims. First responders kept the victims breathing, and emergency rooms saved their lives.”
James Swain, The King Tides