As Jacobs becomes more at ease with his nickname, and starts using his abilities to help others, he finds he is still not done with Mallette's bunch. Or at least what they used to be known as. Lawrence Wiggins, Mallette's lawyer, is found dead, leading the imprisoned crime boss to getting a new attorney appointed from New York. Only this one comes with caveats.Roger Alexander is not only Mallette's new lawyer, but he's also taking over his organization. But in order to completely take over, he needs Mallette, and the rest of his men, eliminated. He calls for a truce with Jacobs, speaking to him at the cemetery, and offers up the rest of Mallette's men for him on a silver platter. But something isn't right. Is Alexander really just serving up the rest of Mallette's men, or is he luring Jacobs into a trap to try and get rid of The Eliminator once and for all?
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