This is it. I finally finish it after almost four years since 2016 in August. Thank you for the review, I really appreciate it. Look for A Blast from the past, I will post it soon I finish the story and I don't know what chapter I will finish it. I'm going to finish My son, Templeton, and Attack and Disappear first before I starting on A Blast from the past.

Part 20- Trust. Face and Murdock disappear again.

Murdock and Face wondering if they will ever forgive Frankie or not. They knew he made a mistake, not once but twice so they have decided to talk to him. They got up and went back inside the house.

*Meanwhile up the hill.*

The man put his binocular down after he saw Face and Murdock going into the house and then turn around and talks to his men.

"I want them now, not later, but now," the man said.

"How we going to do that?" Luke asked.

"I meant when they come back outside again," the man answered,

"Okay." They walked down the hill and wait for them to come out.

*Meanwhile inside the house.*

After Face and Murdock walked inside the house. They saw Hannibal, B.A., and Frankie in the living room.

"Frankie, can we speak to you in private?" Face asked.

"Sure."

They walked back outside the house and sit down on the lawn chair.

"What are you going to talk to me about?" Frankie asked.

Face told Frankie that he and Murdock forgive him, but he will have to regain their trust again. Frankie agrees with them.

"I will not tell Stockwell ever again and I will earn your trust again," Frankie said.

"Good."

"Do you want anything to eat?" Frankie asked.

"Sure."

"What kind of foods you want?"

"Don't matter."

"Okay." Frankie walked back inside the house and then went into the kitchen to fix dinner and then walked back outside after he got done with the foods. As soon he walked outside and saw nobody on a lawn chair and he wondering if they walked around the house and then notice the book on the ground.

"Hannibal!" Frankie yelled.

Hannibal and B.A. run outside and see what Frankie yelling about.

"What's wrong, Frankie?" Hannibal asked.

"Face and Murdock are gone," Frankie replied.

Hannibal and B.A. looked down at the lawn chair. Hannibal looked down and saw an envelope with his name on it and then opened the envelopes and read it.

Colonel Smith,

I got your men and if you ever want to see them again. You better not called Stockwell or else. I will come after you after I get done with you men or should I say one of 'em.

Sincerely;

M.A.

P.S. You will figure it out who I am.

To be continued on A Blast From the Past.