The Short Drop



"Suzanne stayed in Ginny's room. It was still filled with girl's stuff, so I guess she just felt more comfortable. I thought she'd be a little creeped out, sleeping in a dead girl's bed, but she said it didn't bother her."

They'd brought it downstairs, and Billy watched while Gibson unpacked it and laid everything out on the coffee table-compact, hairbrush, a jewelry box, an old first-gen iPod, earphones, a couple of T-shirts and pairs of underwear, jeans.

Billy had shown him the margin notes last night; he admitted he'd gotten drunk one night and vowed to read the book and her notes cover to cover in the hopes that he'd find some clue as to what happened to her.

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