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Procrastination in an African nation
Nairobi: April, 1925. Hugo Pargetter, dashing aide to the British envoy in Nairobi, is awakened by a telephone call at 3am. Rushing to the station, he finds our heroes in a state of distress. Gerald avoids a run in with the military police by slipping dead-man's shoes, and Hugo takes Emily, Maddy, Olivia and "Stephen" to the embassy in Nairobi.
After meeting the chief doctor at the hospital, Emily decides to treat her own wounds. Dinner with Hugo follows, and after collecting themselves from the sight of his dashing moustache, the girls of the party explain their predicament to him. He reveals his loathing of dark sects in Kenya, and agrees to help.
There is much procrastination and correlating of evidence, after which follows and interview with Roger Corydon, the bureaucrat who oversaw the investigation into the Carlyle massacre, and Sgt. Bumption, the only remaining soldier in Kenya who visited the tragic site.
We also learn about the use of nailguns versus the undead. Or was it decking?