By Nancy Atherton
Everyone's favourite paranormal detective is again in Nancy Atherton's 13th Aunt Dimity mystery-but this time Lori's supernatural confidante is probably not the single one who's now not particularly useless. might the cloaked determine Lori's twins observed within the woods close to the family's English state cottage rather were a vampire? Atherton's ever-growing legion of fanatics and all fanatics of comfortable mysteries will locate themselves curling up with a pleasant cup of garlic- er, tea-for the main spine-tingling Aunt Dimity secret but.
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Shit. I realized, in all my excitement or lack of it, I’d forgotten to call Alice. And it was too late to call her now. I called the front desk to pick up the message. It wasn’t from Alice. It was the final kick in the teeth, and somehow a fitting end to that draggy day. The message was to call Rosenberg & Stone the next morning at nine o’clock sharp. 29 Parnell Hall—Favor [e-reads] 8 I got up early the next morning, drove out to Traymore Avenue and staked out the house. I felt like a damn fool.
There was no way I was parting with that kind of money. I wanted to do something, though, so I bought a roll of quarters and started playing the slots. It wasn’t that easy to do. The old ladies had ‘em pretty well locked up. Oh, to be fair, there were some young ladies and some men, too, both old and young. But they were the exception. But the older ladies, middle-aged and up, were the rule. About four aisles down I spotted a free machine about halfway down the row. I slid in next to it. The woman at the machine next to me, who had just pulled the lever and set her wheels spinning, turned on me savagely.
I pushed on the inner door. It was unlocked. I went in and up the stairs. The door to the front apartment was number 2A. I didn’t knock on it. I went back to the foyer and looked at the mailboxes. 2A was listed as “M. ” I went back and sat in my car. About two o’clock Harold came out, got in his car and drove off. I followed him home. 52 Parnell Hall—Favor [e-reads] The house was dark. Harold put the car in the garage, locked it and went in the front door. He did not turn on the light. I sat in my car.
Aunt Dimity: Vampire Hunter (Aunt Dimity, Book 13) by Nancy Atherton