By Beverly Connor
Clymene O'Riley is in criminal for killing her husband-though Diane Fallon is bound she killed one other, and suspects she could have left a veritable graveyard of useless males in her wake. both approach, Diane used to be satisfied to assist placed her at the back of bars. So whilst Clymene informs her that one of many criminal guards might be at risk from a serial killer, Diane is suspicious. And while Clymene escapes from penitentiary, Diane turns into the best suspect in a bloody homicide that places her within the direction of an indignant killer who wishes her dead...
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He pointed to two vinyl-upholstered wood chairs at a table by the wall. ‘‘She told me she was scared and wanted a safe place to work and if I let her work here she would listen to what I had to say with an open mind. I found that refreshing. She told the truth and promised me only what she could give. ’’ He laughed. ’’ Diane smiled. ‘‘You are also a counselor here? ’’ He nodded. ‘‘I’m here all day. ’’ Diane glanced down at the handout on the desk in front of her. It was instructions for ﬁlling out a job application.
Said Diane. The reporter hesitated a beat. ‘‘The stolen antiquities that have been in the news. One of your own board members stated that Miss Williams, the—ah— assistant director, has been ﬁred for purchasing antiquities that she knew were looted. ’’ Chapter 7 ‘‘Your information is incorrect,’’ said Diane. ’’ The reporter asked. ‘‘All of it. The entire story is no more than a collection of allegations, innuendo, and rumor,’’ said Diane in what she hoped was a calm voice. ’’ asked the reporter.
He was a man with meager resources, dedicated to making a difference among the prisoners. Successes were probably few and far between. Clymene hadn’t told him what he wanted to hear, like so many prisoners do. She told him what he hadn’t expected to hear. Making a promise, small though it was, and keeping it set her apart from the prisoners who made pledges he knew they couldn’t keep. By his account, Clymene listened, asked questions, and participated in a meaningful way in his classes—actions above and beyond her simple pledge to keep an open mind.