Sean was sitting at lunch with Murdoch and Q when his phone started ringing. He smiled tersely at his colleagues.
It was still raining when Sebby got back to the hotel. The onslaught hadn’t even slowed; in fact, it was probably raining harder than it had been when he’d left his father’s.
“Well, shit,” Danny said, and Matt nodded emphatically as they surveyed the scene of destruction.
In Going Under, Reese, Gabriel, and the rest of the crew make a pretty big fuss about Halloween. It’s not unusual. Halloween celebrations have become more elaborate in the west over time.
Kat lifts her head slowly, meets the warm, blue gaze of one Reese Lockwood. He stares at her, shifts a little awkwardly, before finally looking away, toward the other end of the library.
Halloween is an interesting celebration, an almost uniquely Western phenomenon. Other cultures do celebrate some pretty macabre things. The Mexican Dia de los Muertos is one example. At this point, it’s a bit difficult to separate which traditions belonged to the Indigenous peoples of the area and which ones originated with the Spanish conquistadors.