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Chapter 8

Mental deep dives are powerful tools and not to be used lightly. In the Choir’s texts, it’s likened to entering a cluttered library. Without the librarian, you’ll never find anything. That’s a beautiful but sterile metaphor. You can deep dive … Continue reading

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Chapter 7

As Allie pulled up to the animal control building, She noticed two additional cars outside along with the old truck. One was an old black SUV while the other was a little two-door number that had as much resealing paint … Continue reading

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Chapter 6

Lucille was anxious. After speaking with the two out-of-towners, she’d sent Jack to follow them and see what he could learn. She’d wanted to return home, to check on Lucian, but milled instead around cabin five and waited for Jack. … Continue reading

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Chapter 5

It was an hour later when Allie and Don arrived at the camp dressed in khakis and boots from Don’s disguise trunk. Don had split and braided Allie’s wealth of hair and arranged them into a pair of buns on … Continue reading

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Chapter 4

Camp Whiteridge was a fifteen-minute drive from the town limits. It was tucked back away from the main road on the edge of a large local lake. The sky was blanketed in dark clouds seemingly intent on sucking up all … Continue reading

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Chapter 3

The town of Maplenut was a few hours east of Seattle, tucked cozily into the mountains and forests, near a sizeable lake. Distance from the city brought with it sweeter air than the pair of Choir investigators enjoyed usually. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Chapter 2

Jeanette Roberts was a nobody and she was happy with that. She didn’t stand out at work, so she never had to deal with extra responsibilities. She wasn’t the kind of person who was attractive enough to get hit on … Continue reading

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Chapter 1

His name was Lucian King. He was thirteen, and with his shirt as a pillow, he was indulging in the act of star counting. It wasn’t fun or simple, but it was his project, and he did it when the … Continue reading

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