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Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group

Published: 2019-07-02T04:00:00+00:00

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36

I scrolled through the information on my phone as fast as I could. The words went by in a blur. Giles Caldwell, owner and founder of TechGreen, had not been seen or heard from in five days. And police had declared him a missing person on Monday, two days earlier.

I continued to read the phone as I moved to the empty bed, letting the mattress take my weight. If it hadn’t been there, I felt like I would have fallen through the floor and kept going, my arms flailing.

 

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Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group

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36

I scrolled through the information on my phone as fast as I could. The words went by in a blur. Giles Caldwell, owner and founder of TechGreen, had not been seen or heard from in five days. And police had declared him a missing person on Monday, two days earlier.

I continued to read the phone as I moved to the empty bed, letting the mattress take my weight. If it hadn’t been there, I felt like I would have fallen through the floor and kept going, my arms flailing.

“You see what the issue is?” Simon asked.

I did. Clearly.

Morgan admitted to me she’d been to Giles Caldwell’s house to talk about the bonus. And she’d admitted to stealing the ring from him. But the information online added a disturbing element—the man had disappeared. Without a trace. A grown man vanishing into thin air.

“This doesn’t mean Morgan did it,” I said. But my voice was low. I was unconvinced.

Simon laughed. Maybe he did so out of discomfort or misplaced anxiety, but it sounded more than a little strange when we were discussing the disappearance of his brother.

“Like I said, I don’t know what kind of story she told you about Giles. What matters is she held a grudge against him. When bad things occur, you have to ask the question—who benefits from this? Who stands to gain? And who stands to gain from something happening to my brother?”

“Not Morgan,” I said. “No bonus if he’s dead.”

“But she got no money before he disappeared either. Maybe frustration set in. Maybe anger. And rage.”

When I first saw the headlines, a buzzing sound started in my head. A low thrumming, like faint static through a radio. As the news sank in, as my bearings gradually returned, the noise began to diminish. Some clarity slipped back into my mind.

“A grown man . . . How could Morgan have killed or kidnapped a grown man?” I asked.

“Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”

“The police have no evidence. They don’t mention Morgan as a suspect in any of these stories. You’re grasping.”

“I’m not. I went by my brother’s office yesterday and chatted with a few employees. I know some of them, even though I’ve never worked in the company. It turns out Morgan was e-mailing and calling my brother in the days leading up to his disappearance. Asking about this bonus she thought he owed her. Hell, my brother hardly talked to anybody else. He didn’t have enemies. He barely had friends. But this one person, Morgan, was hounding him about money she thought he owed her. She wanted to meet with him. And now they’re both gone. Isn’t that too neat?”

“Maybe it’s just a coincidence.”

“Yeah, right.” Simon stood up. It felt like his shoulders filled the room. He walked back and forth, swinging his arms, even stopping once to slam his fisted right hand into the palm of his left. “I tried to tell them about all of this. I tried to tell the cops Morgan should be a suspect.

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