Someone wrote in [community profile] dresden_kink 2012-04-25 02:33 pm (UTC)

Re: Harry and his attitude toward Marcone

Despite his singular disregard for the power vacuum that would occur when the Reds lost (which I think Marcone was utterly distracted by when Harry came calling) I think Harry managed to grasp the good guys couldn't fill Marcone's place. The advantage of not having his daughter hanging in the balance. That to try would make them bad guys or failures.

And he starts getting fond of people in the organization pretty quickly, like being glad Hendricks had kevlar on when the FBI started gunning, or knowing the Morelli thugs would hurt the EP trainers so he'd have to step in despite it being business related.

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