By Terri Blackstock
'First a lifeless stranger. Now a lacking Police leader. Did leader Cade run off to elope . . . or has he met with foul play? The physique within the morgue had no identification. nobody knew who he used to be or the place he got here from whilst he walked out in entrance of Cade's automobile. And whilst Cade learns he had a gunshot wound sooner than he was once struck, discovering his identification turns into much more pressing. Then Cade vanishes. specialists detect the victim's identify, and the girl Cade was once final obvious with seems to were the lifeless man's spouse. hypothesis abounds approximately Cade's dating to the lady and his half within the victim's loss of life. His disappearance makes him glance much more suspicious. yet Blair Owens does not think the rumors. anything has occurred to Cade, and she's made up our minds to discover him. Saving Cade's lifestyles will take religion in a God whom Blair has constantly doubted--but he should be her in basic terms desire' --Publisher description. & nbsp;Read more...
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Yep. ” Blair breathed out a bitter laugh. “Amazing. ” He muttered something about sleeping just fine, and she quickly said good-bye. She knew the scar on her face was crimson. Cade’s face was red too. ” She sighed. ” Cade dropped back into his chair. ” She watched him for a moment as he leaned his head back and stared at the ceiling. “Cade, maybe it’s for the best,” she said. “You’ve got his face out there now. ” “And what if they call Channel 3 instead of me? J. rushed into the doorway. ” The phone began to buzz again.
It looks like he was shot at very close range. Possibly a suicide attempt. ” Blair saw the color draining from Cade’s face, and for a minute she thought he might just hit the ground. “He might have lived,” Cade said. ” Blair forgot her inhibitions and pulled Cade into a hug, and he slumped over her. She felt his body shaking, his breath catching as he tried to calm himself. She touched his damp hair. “I killed a man . . ” Blair knew he had killed men before in the line of duty, men with guns who were trying to use them, men who were intent on murder.
I didn’t think we had a hospital on Cape Refuge,” Sadie said. “We don’t. ” She pulled on her raincoat, grabbed an umbrella, and dashed out the door. The umbrella did little good. By the time she’d climbed inside Blair’s old Volvo, her long hair was soaked. “Look at me,” she said with disgust. ” Blair put the car into reverse and, wrenching her neck around, backed out. ” Morgan didn’t answer. She’d always hated her curls; Blair had always coveted them. ” “I’m on it,” Blair said and pulled her car out of the driveway.