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Circus of the Damned (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #3) A Perfect Blood (The Hollows #10)

I sighed, both tired and thrilled. I heard it a million times yesterday, but it still feels strange to answer to that title.

She took the edge of the chair and waited for them to follow.I’ve started remembering things. Details of that day.

The Wild Ways (Gale Women #2)

What kind of details? Gray asked as he picked up a pad of paper and held a pen at the ready.Avery held her notebook in her hand but closed her eyes in an effort to bring the image back up. Boots. The work kind. I think they were new, because I remember a spiky edge to the tread coming at me. She looked beyond the boots in her mind and described the man’s tan pants to them. New boots and old pants you’d see on a homeless man, the contrast is clear in my head. She opened her eyes to see the men watching her.The man who attacked you is dead, Ms. Grant.

The Proposition (The Proposition #1)

She narrowed her eyes. No. The man in my memory is not the man in the morgue.The detectives looked at each other.

Anything else? Armstrong asked.

She nodded and placed her notebook on the desk.Armstrong was taking notes. When was she employed by you?

Fedor had her on payroll before we were married.She was the one who found your deceased husband . . . is that right?

Face the Fire ( Three Sisters Island #3)

Her screams and Trina running in to find out why would live in her memories forever. Yes.Wade wrapped an arm over her shoulders.

Was she the one who cleaned up . . . Armstrong’s words trailed off.No. The funeral home suggested a service. I didn’t want anyone who knew Fedor picking up those pieces.

They didn’t do a good job. Avery’s cold words from the sofa turned every head in the room.Excuse me? Armstrong asked.

I was searching for a hidden drawer in his desk. My dad has at least two, so I thought I’d find something. Since Fedor had a pen worth a quarter of a million dollars just sitting in the drawer, I thought it was worth looking. I didn’t find any. But I did find blood. Dried blood on the underside of the desk. It’s like the cleaning crew did half the job and figured no one would look. Gross.That’s right. You told me that when I was at Wade’s house for the party. Wait . . . Trina turned to stare at Reed. Didn’t you say the office was spotless? No prints, no blood, nothing?

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