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Collecting herself, Stephanie placed the phone back on the cradle. She went to her drawer and pulled out a blue cardigan sweater. It was chilly in the house. After putting it on, she stuck her hands in the pockets to warm them. Then went down into the kitchen to get something to drink. She couldn't get what Frank had said about the killer off her mind. He played up to the women. And never did he want to get one pregnant because he hated children. Everything started coming back into her memory concerning last ...
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One Lane Bridge

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Overview

Collecting herself, Stephanie placed the phone back on the cradle. She went to her drawer and pulled out a blue cardigan sweater. It was chilly in the house. After putting it on, she stuck her hands in the pockets to warm them. Then went down into the kitchen to get something to drink. She couldn't get what Frank had said about the killer off her mind. He played up to the women. And never did he want to get one pregnant because he hated children. Everything started coming back into her memory concerning last night. She played it back. She visualized the scene clearly in her mind. "I don't even like children, I hate them," had been his words. All the time Brock had been playing up to her. Brushing himself against her body. He was getting ready for Frank's departure. Of course. He used that to get her to fall for him. Brock. It was Brock. He was the killer. Boy, had she been blind. She recalled the part Frank had told her of carrying the dead body in his trunk. Brock never wanted to use his car when they were together. "Oh, no!" Her attentions turned to Mr. Towers. No Brock couldn't be the killer. Still she had to know. She had to look in that trunk. No wonder Brock was upset. Her getting pregnant had ruined all his plans. When he heard of that, he had really become overwrought.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014122078
  • Publisher: Wings ePress, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 624 KB

Meet the Author

Suzanne Lattimer-Weaver lives in Southern Georgia with her husband of 13 years and her two sons. Writing has always been her life, since she was in Elementary School. She has written many stories since then and has kept them to this day. In High School, her friends would enjoy reading them and couldn’t wait for the next one. When she heard that her story One Lane Bridge was going to be published through WingsEPress, she was in tears of joy and speechless. She has one poem published in Treasured Poems of America Winter 1993.

Linda Lattimer lives in a small town in southern Georgia. Reading and writing are her passions because of the freedom of escape they allow. She enjoys traveling and seeing new places, including Raymond Gary Park, in Oklahoma. Her favorite to frequent, the beauty and tranquil peacefulness of the park has much to offer. She is a published author with Avalon, and has forthcoming mysteries with WingsEPress.
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