Chapter Twenty Six, crisis averted
Over dinner, the client told Tyler they had indeed gotten the power back on at work and had time to look over some preliminary numbers. “It’s looking good, my man,” said the Chairman. “Don’t be surprised if we need to fly you back out here next week to sign contracts.”
“I hope so,” said Tyler. “I look forward to working with you.”
On the flight back home the next morning, Tyler had a lot to think about. He wondered again if the power outage had been an attack. Pauline had tried to call him just after he boarded the plane but he knew he just wanted to think over the meeting and the previous day’s happenings before he spoke with her, so he did not pick up. He couldn’t have talked long anyway, since the were about to close the doors on the plane.