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The Untold

You thought you knew him. You were wrong.

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I shook my head again, vigorously this time. Because I had registered those words, but I wanted them out of my head. But they kept repeating in my mind.

"He is most likely part of a Russian espionage mission."

Foreign operative.
Spy.
Espionage.
James.
Not James.

I stared helplessly at the agent. His steely gray eyes softened just a bit.

"I'm sorry, ma'am," he said. "I know this is a lot to take in at once. But we need you to come for questioning right now. It's protocol," he explained, hands out and palms up.

Even as I stood up to follow them numbly, my last conversation with James still rang in my mind.

I could still hear his voice--panicky, but genuine when he claimed that he loved me. His voice was full of raw honesty and feeling!
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How could he have been lying? I couldn't believe it. I didn't want to believe it.

I glanced at the agent in the rear view mirror as he drove me to an unnamed location. Tinted glasses hid his eyes now and there were no emotions to decipher from his face.

A cold feeling spread from my gut to my limbs until my fingers felt ice cold.

Something's not right.

The car rolled to a stop and the agent tilted his head up to look at my reflection. "Ma'am," he said, "We've arrived."

Both sides were lying and I couldn't trust anyone.
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