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By Jessica Beck
Whilst a waitress’s valueless ex-husband exhibits up on the fascinating Moose Diner immediately at some point hard complete custody in their kids, Victoria is familiar with that hassle can’t be some distance at the back of. quickly after the guy is murdered, a stunning variety of suspects occur on the town, however the sheriff is focusing quite often on Ellen. Victoria and Moose needs to locate the genuine killer fast sooner than anyone they care approximately is arrested for homicide!
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It was a pleasant change to have others actually envy me my abundance, rather than peer at it with pity in their eyes. I flipped through the garments in my closet without much interest. The cerise wool dress my mother had brought me was too fancy for the occasion, so I finally decided I’d wear a longsleeved garnet silk blouse, a black-and-garnet patterned skirt, and my black pumps. Looking at my collection of glasses—I’m very nearsighted—I had a wild impulse to select my purple-and-white-framed ones.
Finally I stepped in, looking repeatedly from side to side. Martin called from below, but I didn’t answer. My breath was coming too unevenly. The rain began to fall more heavily and the drumming of the raindrops on the stairs made the little apartment feel more isolated. The closet door was open. Clothes, I assumed Regina’s, had been hung inside. Her suitcase was on the dining table, open. Clothes that appeared to have been tossed in rather than packed were flowing over the sides. The bathroom door was flung wide and I could see a jumble of makeup and toiletries on the counter by the sink.
As we turned up our long driveway, my pleasant drowsiness evaporated. Though I couldn’t tell much about it, there was a strange car parked in front of the garage. And Regina’s car was gone. The automatic security light at the back of the house showed, also, that someone had taken Darius’s truck and trailer. I hoped it was one of his children. We didn’t have an automatic security light at the front of the house because it had shone in our bedroom window; we’d had it switched to manual, and we’d forgotten to leave it on when we’d left for the Lowrys’ dinner.
A Bad Egg (Classic Diner Mystery, Book 5) by Jessica Beck