This is basically a continuation of the story
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Reed is always in a bad mood. He has become known around the precinct as the hotheaded loose cannon, which is why everyone is surprised to see how he reacts to the new recruit spilling hot coffee all over him on his very first day.
It seems like someone's keeping a secret, and Nines is determined to find the truth. On top of doing that and solving the case, he must walk through the minefield that is Gavin's temperamental attitude towards everything and deal with the struggles of deviancy. Although most would say he has his work cut out for him, everything seems to be going relatively smoothly- at least as much as they can be with Reed- that is, until someone gets a little too close to uncovering an underlying plot that revolves around the whole city, maybe even the whole country.
Across town, someone plans to get their message through to the public; a task they’ll accomplish by any means necessary- even if it takes a couple of murders and few torture sessions along the way.
This is a story about family: who it is, what it means, and just how far some will go for theirs.
- Part 1 of Blood in the Water
There's a sickness going around Detroit, and it catches you.
At least, that's what Nines discovers on a solo mission gone wrong. Maybe things would've gone differently if Gavin had been there, but he had his hands full helping the rookie recover from their nearly fatal run-in with a gang of thugs out for revenge. Something tells him that maybe this case was always meant to go wrong, though.
Gavin is doing his best helping the kid, but it's not like it'll ever be good enough. Rifts keep forming between him and everyone he tries to care about, and it feels like he can't do anything to fix it. Group that in with the ever-increasing rate of android-related crimes, and it's no surprise that he's on his last nerve. No one fucking believes him except Nines, which, given their history, makes no fucking sense at all. He's almost too tired to notice the prying eyes that have started following him on the streets.
This is a story about the bonds we make- how they can act as a safety net...or just as easily become the noose around a throat.
- Part 2 of Blood in the Water