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Published: 2018-01-14T23:00:00+00:00

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PM07 – Fear on Four Paws by Simon Clea

Chapter Twenty-one

“Have you gotten to know your neighbors?” We were outside, walking around the block by then. I had snapped a spare lead on Bunbury’s collar and he was taking it rather well. Professionally, almost. “Part of the gig.”

“Some,” said the woman beside me, her long legs setting a pace that I’d use with an energetic dog. “They seem like nice people, though I was hoping it would be easier to get to know them. You know, outside of the city.”

 

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PM07 – Fear on Four Paws by Simon Clea

Author:Simon, Clea [Simon, Clea] , Date: June 28, 2019

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Author:Simon, Clea [Simon, Clea]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: cThriller

ISBN: 9781464210099

Google: BZFGtAEACAAJ

Amazon: 1464210098

Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press

Published: 2018-01-14T23:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twenty-one

“Have you gotten to know your neighbors?” We were outside, walking around the block by then. I had snapped a spare lead on Bunbury’s collar and he was taking it rather well. Professionally, almost. “Part of the gig.”

“Some,” said the woman beside me, her long legs setting a pace that I’d use with an energetic dog. “They seem like nice people, though I was hoping it would be easier to get to know them. You know, outside of the city.”

“Oh?” I turned toward her, and immediately caught myself. I should have been focusing on the cat. This wasn’t a casual stroll; it was a first training session. And although it is important when leash-training a cat to be aware of his or her human, even when that human is distracted—or being gently interrogated by a total stranger—it is even more essential for the trainer to stay focused on the animal. A cat is more likely than a dog to get tangled up in a leash, for example, and that could lead to trouble.

As if reading my thoughts, Bunbury leaned forward, mouth open, as he took in the scent of—could it be?—a wild turkey who had crossed the yard. Yes, I got the trace of feathers and leathery feet, as the feline filed away the sensory perception. Turkeys were a new phenomenon for the city cat. But even as he bent again, cataloguing the dinosaur-like creature’s traces, he also picked up a small stick, which wedged itself into his collar and which, with proper feline hauteur, he ignored.

I made a mental note to tell the dark-haired woman at my side to get a breakaway collar for any future walks. I doubted she would bother. There was something distracted about her. And although that fit with her pet’s custodial air, I silently apologized to the spotted cat, even as I watched to see if his human companion would notice his plight.

“I don’t mean that in a negative way.” She knelt to pick the twig from the cat’s collar, almost as if she had picked up on my anxiety. Well, preoccupied then, if not distracted. “Just—I thought people might be more open out here. Let their hair down, if that makes sense.”

“Yes, I think it does.” She was lonely, I figured. Maybe hoping to snag another husband, out here in this moneyed enclave. Well, that’s how some women survive—and she was younger and more fit than many of her neighbors.

“In fact, if you know of any—” Before she could follow up, I put out my hand to stop her. “Wait,” I said, holding onto her arm.

The questioning expression on her face matched her cat’s so closely I could have laughed. But this wasn’t only my aversion to setting up my clients. This was work. “Call him,” I said.

“But he’s…” A nod. She understood. “Spot!”

“Yes?” Bunbury’s ears pricked up in acknowledgement. And before I could stop her, Susan Felicidad threw the stick. She had a good arm—all that digging in the dirt—and it

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