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Published: 2019-03-04T22:43:33+00:00

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Blindshot by Denis Coupal

CHAPTER 9

HARD TRUTH

Through thickening dust and wind, Noah saw seven hunters approaching, rifles slung over their shoulders. They walked on a higher plane than Noah, on the top crest of a dune. Though they saw Noah, who was stuck, the hunters merely walked by, one after the other, smiling at him, sickeningly, waving with blood-soaked hands, blood up to their elbows, that flowed to their feet, into a rising pool.

 

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Author:Denis Coupal

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Linda Leith Publishing

Published: 2019-03-04T22:43:33+00:00
CHAPTER 9

HARD TRUTH

Through thickening dust and wind, Noah saw seven hunters approaching, rifles slung over their shoulders. They walked on a higher plane than Noah, on the top crest of a dune. Though they saw Noah, who was stuck, the hunters merely walked by, one after the other, smiling at him, sickeningly, waving with blood-soaked hands, blood up to their elbows, that flowed to their feet, into a rising pool.

Noah bolted awake, sweaty and tense.

It was one of many nights, like other nights in the previous year, that he had spent searching on the Internet, along with his brother, for details, information, anything, on the seven hunters that had trudged, that last September, into the forests of Beaufort County and likely shot his father.

Deliberately or not, the shot had been taken.

Noah shook off the nightmare. The hunters faded into dawn.

One of them was a killer. All of them were guilty.

Noah went down to the living room, in his pajamas, and stood barefoot before Millet, who remained securely tied to the couch. Noah stared at him silently, unmoving. Millet stared back. He looked away from the boy, then eventually looked up again. Noah hadn’t flinched.

Tom didn’t have much patience for the procedural aspects of official gatherings, especially City of Beaufort council meetings. He thought to attend this one to see if the matter of re-zoning his church would indeed be tabled. Henley wasn’t there, which didn’t surprise Tom, but Henley and Mayor O’Neil were close friends. Tom was sure that Henley’s point of view, so clearly expressed to him, had already come to Mayor O’Neil’s attention.

Mayor O’Neil didn’t mince her words, and she hated surprises, good or bad. She sat on a tall-backed, ornate chair at the end of the council table, waiting. She hated waiting. The meeting should have been called to order at 6:30 and it was now 6:40. Mayor O’Neil rapped her long, carmine nails on the lacquered table repeatedly, which irritated everyone in the room far more than the delay itself.

The Beaufort City Council was made up of the Mayor and four councillors. To declare a quorum, and the meeting officially open, the Mayor and at least two of the councillors had to be present.

Councillor John Caldwell was sick, home with a bad case of labyrinthitis, a chronic malady that brought on dizzy spells. Caldwell had a habit of missing council sessions.

Councillors Edgar Roy and Suzanne St-Pierre were present and ready, seated at their usual places. Edgar Roy, an affable man in his seventies, was well loved in Beaufort, and often sought out for advice, though he had never run or owned a business of any kind. Roy had inherited his money and lived off the interest on family investments made long ago. He had an air of disengaged royalty about him and was a close friend and supporter of the Mayor.

Suzanne St-Pierre wasn’t so friendly with Mayor O’Neil and was not well liked in Beaufort, but she was powerful. Her family owned the largest asphalting and roadwork company in southern Quebec.

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