Turn heat to low and gradually stir in cheeses with a wooden spoon. Do not allow fondue to boil. Season with white pepper and nutmeg. To serve, use fondue forks to dip cubes of French bread, sliced of apple, pickles, salami into fondue.
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You have captured the nuances and subtleties of Washington and its power structure in a most amazing manner. Hope you write many more with Scot as the main character. Driven by his professional code of duty and honor—and a solemn vow to avenge his fallen comrades—Scot creates his own rules to get some answers. But his search for the truth raises the blood pressure of his superiors…and casts his own life in mortal jeopardy.
The deadly machinations have been set in motion by a shadowy coalition, comprising some of the highest-ranking officials in government and business—men who operate above the law, men who realize the threat Scot poses to their hidden agenda…men who will do anything to stop him. Now framed for murder and on the run, Scot goes for broke and takes his own brand of justice to the unlikeliest place of all—the towering mountains of Switzerland.
Together they must brave the subzero temperatures and sheer heights of treacherous Mount Pilatus—and enter the den of the most notorious team of professional killers the world has ever known. Senator Russell Rolander was the first to stand. Rolander and Fawcett had been roommates together at the University of Illinois. The wooden floor was covered by a large oriental rug. No doubt Fawcett had the best money could buy.
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