Personal Narrative-Persuasion In The Air

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With the approaching three year anniversary of holding her position and she had already accomplished so much. Her surroundings hugged her ears like the music to a conductor or the grand orquestra. The florescent lights of pink and blue only lit up the ambiance of a perfected night with confrontation and persuasion in the air. An assignment or case such as the one she needed to complete left an anticipating excitement deep in her chest. The objective to obtain information from the so called valuable resource to the force left a disconcerting tastes in her mouth. She entered through the handless door and the wave of smoke and heavy sweat was dumped on her like she had anticipated. According to her superior, the only connection to the whistleblower

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