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Author:Alana Terry

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Publisher: Gracereads

Published: 2019-03-16T16:00:00+00:00

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Watching Their Steps by Alana Terry

Chapter 26

THE ROAD TRIP BACK to New York was even worse than the trip to Maine. The few breaks we took were nerve-racking, because we both knew the killer was lurking somewhere in the background, taking pictures and planning his next attack.

Relief swelled through me when Marx pulled his car up to the curb outside my apartment. I was finally home. Before I could open the door and hop out, he said, “Holly, there’s somethin’ I wanna talk to you about.”

 

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Watching Their Steps by Alana Terry

Author:Alana Terry , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Alana Terry

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Gracereads

Published: 2019-03-16T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter 26

THE ROAD TRIP BACK to New York was even worse than the trip to Maine. The few breaks we took were nerve-racking, because we both knew the killer was lurking somewhere in the background, taking pictures and planning his next attack.

Relief swelled through me when Marx pulled his car up to the curb outside my apartment. I was finally home. Before I could open the door and hop out, he said, “Holly, there’s somethin’ I wanna talk to you about.”

The gravity in his voice made my fingers freeze on the door handle. The last time he took that voice, it was to tell me that Izzy was a murderer. “Okay . . .”

He looked as though he was still working through his thoughts when he started to speak. “God forbid it ever happens again, but . . . if the killer manages to get you alone, I need you to pretend you don’t remember any more about him than you did when we left New York.”

Unease crawled through. He was usually careful not to alarm me unnecessarily, which meant he thought this scenario was a very real possibility, and it worried him.

“You want me to lie.”

“I want you to give him reason to doubt that it’s the right time to take you,” he said, with a quick look my way. “Give us a chance to get to you. He might take you anyway; there’s no tellin’ with his state of mind.”

“You’ve given this a lot of thought.”

“After last night, yes, I have,” he said, and I could hear the tension in his voice. “I just want you to be prepared.”

I inhaled a shaky breath and looked out the window. The killer had bided his time for who knew how long, and now he was running out of patience. “Okay,” I agreed. I wasn’t the most convincing liar, but if my life depended on it, I would try.

I climbed out of the car and into the fading light of evening with my bag, and started toward my apartment. The door swung inward with a familiar squeak of metal, and I welcomed the scent of must and lilac air freshener as I stepped inside. I dropped my bag on the counter and took a moment to just breathe in the comforting smells of home.

Jordan trotted across the room with a chirp of delight, and I crouched down to meet him. “Hi, fatty.” I smiled and scooped him into my arms with a grunt of effort. I really had to revisit that diet idea. I rubbed between his ears as I turned in the doorway to see Marx still standing by his car. He was on his phone.

A man jogged by on the sidewalk, and it took too long for his face to register. I tried to duck out of view, but judging by his breathy exhalation of my name, he’d spotted me.

Wonderful. I’d been home for all of thirty seconds.

I gritted my teeth and stepped into the doorway to see the man striding down the sidewalk toward me with his hands on his hips.

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