Night Freeze

Night Freeze

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by Lee Emory
     
 

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Mystery/Suspense thriller. Not for the faint of heart.

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Mystery/Suspense thriller. Not for the faint of heart.

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ISBN-13:
2940011242045
Publisher:
Lee Emory
Publication date:
03/20/2011
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Lee Emory is a multi-published author who lives for variety in her books. Though published in other companies before opening her own publishing house in 2001, Lee is the hardworking owner of Treble Heart Books, MountainView Publishing, Sundowners and WhoooDoo Mysteries. Frequently called upon to speak on conference panels and teach workshops, there is little aspect of writing and publishing in which she is not intensely involved.


Educated in Washington State, she raised six children, worked full time and wrote two hours a day, rain or shine. She was a tech writer and editor for The Boeing Company for over 25 years, serving both in the commercial sections and the military sections. She taught writing skills enhancement to Aeronautical Engineers. A challenge she wouldn’t wish on her worst enemy.


Lee lives in Sierra Vista, Arizona with her very supportive husband, a retired law enforcement manager, who even helps with the laundry and grocery shopping. She is an avid reader despite her job of editing and publishing all day, six days a week, making time to read for pleasure.


Lee also owns, designed and maintains her commercial web site where she sells her authors’ books and is publisher to 50 to 80 authors most of the time, many of whom have won literary awards. Busy, busy she is, but writing, reading and publishing is her grand passion and probably always will be.


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He hadn't decided which tender part of the kid to gift the bitch with, but there was plenty of time.

Meanwhile, he'd keep an eye out for Pinkie and question her about the break-in. Might not have been the old gal, but something told him that might be wishful thinking. Who knew what types of tools she might carry around in that rusty cart of hers? If she had broken in to the plant looking for more than a handout, question was, what would she do now?

Would she tell the cops what she found in the locker? Most homeless souls didn't want anything to do with cops, but would she put aside her fears, her paranoia, long enough to let them know where he kept his collection? He couldn't be sure. Couldn't take the chance.

In any case, he needed to pull the kid out of the car before his shift started. Traffic sounded heavy overhead on the bridge. No doubt she'd be awake now. He needed to introduce her to his collection. The thought made him smile.

Just then he looked at his watch, swore vilely and started to scramble faster up the bank. He didn't look back.

Wild-eyed, frightened, the tattered old woman peeked around the edge of the bridge's abutment when she heard the meat guy swear and take off running back to his car. She'd changed her pet name for him from mystery man to meat guy.

Only minutes ago she'd seen him drive up and park. Immediately she doused her fire and ran to the opposite side of the abutment to hide in the shadows. While she watched him rummaging through her camp, heard him call her name, she'd made her way up the sloping bank, belly down. There she crouched next to his car wheel on the far side. Keeping low, she poised to run asfast as she could, but wanted to catch the bugger in the act of stealing some of her precious goods. Her heart pounded from the adrenalin rush.

It was then she heard mewling, thumping, grunting noises coming from inside the trunk. There's somebody inside the meat guy's trunk!

That someone was still alive. Pinkie scooted as far from the car into the brush as possible.

Probably not alive for long.

It appeared 'meat guy' had not come to take anything away from her camp, but probably found the lock on his door busted open and came looking to question her about it. People were always quick to suspect the homeless.

Must be late for work. She chuckled as he checked the time and ran hell bent up the bank to get into his car and squeal out like a shot. She barely had time to slither farther on her belly, hoping he was too focused on getting back to his car to notice her lying there. This was one time she wished she hadn't painted her boots; they'd have made better camo if she hadn't. No time to worry about that now. It was too late.

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