By Lorna Barrett
Bookstall proprietor Tricia Miles has positioned up—and post with—her uninvited university roommate for weeks. In go back, Pammy has stolen $100. however the day she's kicked out, Pammy's stumbled on lifeless in a Dumpster, leaving a great deal of questions unanswered.
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A lump rose in Tricia’s throat. ” “For a week or so. I knew someone was going through my garbage the day we opened. ” “Why? You’d have been freaked out—like you are now. ” It was Tricia’s turn to frown. So now Angelica decided to spare her feelings. Hadn’t she informed her that Pammy had cooked for her? Right now, Tricia couldn’t remember. A wave of guilt passed through her. Here she was worrying about eating food past its prime—food that obviously hadn’t sickened her—and Pammy had been killed.
The silver-haired gentleman in the charcoal gray suit looked thin and wan, but as he nodded, taking in whatever Bob was saying, his dark brown eyes seemed kind. A group of bystanders hung on their every word, looking ready to pounce on the poor man the minute Bob let him loose. “Excuse me,” a middle-aged woman said, and sidled past Tricia. Dressed casually in navy slacks and a navy sweatshirt embroidered with red roses on white hearts, the fifty-something woman with gray-tinged brown hair stepped up to Bob, politely interrupted, and indicated it was time to get the show on the road.
Lost in thought, she barely noticed when her assistant, Ginny Wilson, showed up for work a full fifteen minutes late. “Sorry,” she apologized, already shrugging off her jacket. “The car wouldn’t start. Brian had already left for work, and I thought the guys from the garage would get to my place quicker than they did. ” Tricia waved a hand in dismissal. ” “Oh, good. Maybe I should ask for an extra day off—with pay,” Ginny said, and giggled. “You’re not improving my mood,” Tricia said, but didn’t bother to stifle the beginnings of a smile that threatened to creep onto her lips.
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