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Author:Carlisle, Kate [Carlisle, Kate]

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Published: 2018-06-25T22:00:00+00:00

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Heather survived Inspector Lee’s interrogation. I sent the two of them off to talk in my workshop studio while Derek and I hung out in the kitchen. Forty minutes later, Janice was ready to leave—I still had a hard time calling her anything but Inspector Lee—and I walked her to the door, but stopped when I remembered something.

 

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BM12 – Buried in Books by Carlisle Kate

Author:Carlisle, Kate [Carlisle, Kate] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:Carlisle, Kate [Carlisle, Kate]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: cThriller

ISBN: 9780698411128

Google: wdc0DwAAQBAJ

Published: 2018-06-25T22:00:00+00:00
* * *

• • •

Heather survived Inspector Lee’s interrogation. I sent the two of them off to talk in my workshop studio while Derek and I hung out in the kitchen. Forty minutes later, Janice was ready to leave—I still had a hard time calling her anything but Inspector Lee—and I walked her to the door, but stopped when I remembered something.

“Did you want to take a look at that book I was telling you about?”

“The Three Musketeers? Sure. I was going to give you a call tomorrow, but if you’re up for it now, let’s have a look.”

I led the way down the hall to the closet where I kept my book safe. The square cubicle had originally operated as a dumbwaiter back in the eighteen hundreds when this building was a corset factory. The dumbwaiter rope-and-pulley mechanism had long been removed and I had recently installed an old jewelry store safe in the space in order to upgrade the security level as well as my peace of mind. It was steel-lined and impenetrable—so far.

I picked up the book, unwrapped the cloth cover I had used to protect it, and handed it to her. “Here you go.”

“Whoa. I can see why someone might spend a lot of money on this one.” She turned it over and examined the workmanship. She ran her hand across the smooth leather cover and stared closely at the illustration. “It’s a beauty.”

“It is.” I felt a little burst of pride and happiness that Inspector Lee could recognize and appreciate the qualities of a rare book and hoped that it had something to do with her association with me. True, she was usually resistant to the idea that any book might be worth killing over, but this time I happened to agree with her. I couldn’t see how this particular book might have led to Sara’s death.

“Here,” she said, handing it back after a quick inspection of the inside cover and the title page. “I’d rather have you keep it in your safe than gamble on it surviving the police station.”

“Okay, thanks. It’ll be here if you need to see it again.” I wrapped the book up in the soft cloth and slipped it back into the safe, pitifully grateful that she hadn’t insisted on holding on to it for evidence.

I walked her out into the hall.

“So did Heather tell you where Rod was staying?” I asked as we strolled to the elevator.

“He’s been sharing a room with his wife in the conference hotel,” she said. “But Heather doesn’t think he was there much.”

“Interesting,” I said, frowning. “So he and Sara may not have been getting along. I wonder what Heather thought about that possibility.”

She scowled as the elevator door opened. “Clearly I’ve said too much. Good night, Brooklyn.”

“Good night, Inspector.” I wore a grin all the way back inside.

Once Janice was gone, I asked Heather to stay awhile longer. Derek poured three small glasses of wine and we spent another hour chatting. I was

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