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Therri furrowed her brow.Looks like a little pie plate. Austin dug into his jacket, pulled out the plastic disk he'd pried off the hull, and dropped it on the table.No pie in this plate. It's an antenna that could have been used to pick up signals.

I won't deny that Marcus was hoping to make this a cause celebre.

Both. Austin pushed the laptop across the table.I've solved one mystery, but uncovered another.

Both. Austin pushed the laptop across the table.I've solved one mystery, but uncovered another.

Both. Austin pushed the laptop across the table.I've solved one mystery, but uncovered another.

So you do think someone from the outside could have sabotaged the ship.

Now that you mention it, she said without hesitation,the ship needed some engine work. It was in dry dock for four days in the Shetland Islands.

He isn't reckless at all, but Marcus will take a calculated risk if he thinks the stakes are worth it. In this case, he would have weighed going to jail against a chance to stop the grind.

He isn't reckless at all, but Marcus will take a calculated risk if he thinks the stakes are worth it. In this case, he would have weighed going to jail against a chance to stop the grind.

Marcus would know. I'll ask him.

Now that you mention it, she said without hesitation,the ship needed some engine work. It was in dry dock for four days in the Shetland Islands.

Good news or bad? she said.

Austin nodded.I found a power source line for the winches leading into the hull to tap the ship's energy supply. Someone would have to get inside the ship to accomplish that.

Marcus would know. I'll ask him.

I knew everyone on the Sea Sentinel. They're intensely loyal. She jutted her chin forward as if she expected an argument.There's no one in that crew who would sabotage the ship.

He isn't reckless at all, but Marcus will take a calculated risk if he thinks the stakes are worth it. In this case, he would have weighed going to jail against a chance to stop the grind.

Therri glanced at the screen, then picked the disk up and studied it.This would explain the steering problems Marcus had. What about the engines he couldn't shut down?

Austin nodded.I found a power source line for the winches leading into the hull to tap the ship's energy supply. Someone would have to get inside the ship to accomplish that.

It could be important. He tapped the screen.This may be Ryan's ticket out of jail. I'd suggest you get in touch with a guy at my hotel named Becker who seems to be some sort of behind-the-scenes mucky-muck with the Danish navy department. He might be able to help.

Back in his hotel room, he slipped the cassette out of the digital camera and into his laptop computer and brought the underwater pictures onto the screen. He studied the enlarged and enhanced pictures until he practically had them committed to memory, then he called Therri and asked to meet her again at the coffee shop. He got there early and had the computer set up on the table when she arrived a few minutes later.

Marcus would know. I'll ask him.

I knew everyone on the Sea Sentinel. They're intensely loyal. She jutted her chin forward as if she expected an argument.There's no one in that crew who would sabotage the ship.

That's for public consumption. What they really want is to kick Ryan's butt out of the Faroes and make sure he never shows his face here again. They don't want him to get on his soapbox, because it might scare away companies that are thinking about investing in the Faroes. Sorry if this messes up Ryan's martyrdom plans.

You've got me there, Austin said.If you could get into the ship and tear the engine room apart, maybe you'd find a mechanism that would allow the ship's speed to be controlled from the outside as well.

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