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Author:Marja McGraw [McGraw, Marja]

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Published: 2014-07-28T20:00:00+00:00

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What Are the Odds by Marja McGraw

Chapter Twenty-Seven

Zetta’s eyes widened and she clutched a napkin tightly in her hand. “More? Oh, dear. Maybe we shouldn’t have said we’d answer questions.”

“It needs to come out, Gram. Trust me.” Marion looked deeply into her grandmother’s eyes.

 

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What Are the Odds by Marja McGraw

Author:Marja McGraw [McGraw, Marja] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Marja McGraw [McGraw, Marja]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Marja McGraw

Published: 2014-07-28T20:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twenty-Seven

Zetta’s eyes widened and she clutched a napkin tightly in her hand. “More? Oh, dear. Maybe we shouldn’t have said we’d answer questions.”

“It needs to come out, Gram. Trust me.” Marion looked deeply into her grandmother’s eyes.

My mother leaned forward, studying Zetta’s face. “Maybe we should leave. I think we’re upsetting your grandmother.”

The old woman looked from my mother’s face to her granddaughter’s and shook her head. “No. You stay. If Marion says there’s more, then there’s more. I just don’t know how things like bruises could have gotten past me.”

Marion began her story. “My father was in the army. He was stationed overseas and my mother went with him, while I stayed here with Gram and Gramps. I missed them so much, and the people around here took me under their wings – except Harry. He made me feel like a dirty little leech.”

Zetta sucked in her breath and coughed.

“By the way, I wasn’t a kid. I was in my twenties and fresh out of college. Gram had a bout with pneumonia and I came along to help out. I hadn’t found a job yet.

“Harry treated me like something you’d hide in the back of your closet. I hated him, and the only reason I didn’t say something was because of Francine. I’ll never understand why she didn’t divorce that horrible man.” Her facial muscles tightened while she talked. “He was just a nasty old… When Barbara came home to take care of the ranch, I think she might have threatened him with a nursing home. He’d never treated her well either, but I never saw bruises on her. She said something one time when I came to visit that made me think the nursing home was her plan.”

“What does this have to do with the murders?” I asked.

“I believe that to get even with her, Harry started dropping little hints to Clyde about Barbara having an affair with the neighbor. What was his name?”

“Mike Hamilton,” Bill said.

“Yeah, Mike. He was quite a hunk. Too bad he didn’t notice me.” She sounded bitter. “He might still be alive. They all might still be alive. Anyways, I overheard things from time to time. Hey! I’m a Plain Jane and people don’t always notice I’m within hearing distance.” She’d anticipated our thoughts, or at least what she assumed we were thinking.

“You’re no Plain Jane,” Zetta said.

We all shook our heads. She had a low opinion of herself. She wasn’t a beauty queen, but she wasn’t bad looking. Maybe her attitude was her downfall.

She ignored us. “I used to go for walks in the evening, when it was cooler. I’d hear things, and sometimes I’d see things. I heard Clyde the Killer and Mike arguing about Barbara more than once.”

Clyde the Killer? She given him a title. Somehow I had a vision of Marion hunkered down by a window, eavesdropping on her neighbors.

She gave me a quick glance and I could have sworn she’d read my mind.

“Maybe I’m making something out of nothing, but I don’t believe what happened was based solely on jealousy.

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