thought her expression seemed odd, as if she was entirely focused on thinking about something very important and just going through the motions. He'd check in with her before he crashed, but right then he had something else to do.
As Ina disappeared down the passageway, Wilder approached the older adults, all three intent on their own work, writing notes or examining data on computer monitors.
"Lysette, when you were telling Paz about her origins, I could...sense...that you weren't quite being, uh, truthful," Wilder spoke haltingly.
Dr. Darrimor, Frankie and Peter all turned to stare at Wilder in surprise.
"What?" He said.
"So you're a lie detector now?" Frankie said glibly.
"Between my hearing and smell, I can tell when someone'...
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