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    CHAPTER FORTY: ten minutes

    They got to see him for ten minutes each, but no more, and that was about all Josie could take. Luke’s large frame was dwarfed by the sheer amount of machinery needed to keep him alive. Tubes and wires seemed to extend from every part of him, IVs snaking from both arms, his hands and […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR: Luke

    Luke left for work while Josie was still asleep but he had, at least, left some coffee on for her. Leaning against her kitchen counter, sipping it slowly, she noticed that all of the chairs had been pushed beneath the kitchen table. That the stack of mail she’d been riffling through yesterday had been piled […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE: the flowers

    At home, she kicked off her shoes in her foyer, reveling in the feeling of her feet being free after so many hours in the car. Her leg still ached and throbbed, and her lower back was stiff from the long drive. As promised, on her kitchen table was a large manila envelope containing the […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO: house

    Josie’s mind worked through the facts as she drove away from Ginger Blackwell’s house. So Ginger had been drugged. Josie had taken enough statements from girls at the college in Denton who’d been roofied to know that Ginger Blackwell’s abductors had used date rape drugs: Rohypnol, GHB, ketamine. It could have been any one of […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE: lost

    She lost track of how much time had passed. Her terror was a never- ending cycle of darkness and deprivation. When her stomach clenched from hunger, she couldn’t tell if it had been hours or days since she had last eaten. Whether her eyes were open or closed, she saw nothing. Every inch of her […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY: the memory

    “My memory of that time is so… disjointed,” Ginger said. “It’s hard to tell what was real and what was just a nightmare. Sometimes I can see why it was so easy for the police to say it was all a hoax.” They sat in Ginger’s well-lit living room. The furniture was rustic: stained cedar […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN: Trinity Payne

    Her next call was to Trinity Payne, who picked up on the third ring with the words, “Did you talk to Ginger Blackwell?” Josie could hardly get the words out. “You fucking bitch. How could you?” she spat. Silence. Which meant she knew she was in the wrong. Squeezing her cell phone so hard her […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX: Driving home

    Driving home, Josie kept replaying the scene in the park in her head. What the hell painting was Denise talking about? Had Luke really made plans to see her again? Was he still harboring feelings for her? Josie dialed his number but it went right to voicemail. “It’s me,” she said tersely. “I’m on my […] More

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    CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN: Trinity Payne

    Her next call was to Trinity Payne, who picked up on the third ring with the words, “Did you talk to Ginger Blackwell?” Josie could hardly get the words out. “You fucking bitch. How could you?” she spat. Silence. Which meant she knew she was in the wrong. Squeezing her cell phone so hard her […] More

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    Driving home, Josie kept replaying the scene in the park in her head. What the hell painting was Denise talking about? Had Luke really made plans to see her again? Was he still harboring feelings for her? Josie dialed his number but it went right to voicemail. “It’s me,” she said tersely. “I’m on my […] More

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    Her next call was to Trinity Payne, who picked up on the third ring with the words, “Did you talk to Ginger Blackwell?” Josie could hardly get the words out. “You fucking bitch. How could you?” she spat. Silence. Which meant she knew she was in the wrong. Squeezing her cell phone so hard her […] More

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    Driving home, Josie kept replaying the scene in the park in her head. What the hell painting was Denise talking about? Had Luke really made plans to see her again? Was he still harboring feelings for her? Josie dialed his number but it went right to voicemail. “It’s me,” she said tersely. “I’m on my […] More

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