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José dug into a beaten leather valise, pulling out several files of his own, then holding up one like a card for her to see and placing it on the desk before he sat down. “Statements,” he said. ” “Telling what kind of guy our dead coyote really was. ” “Rosalita wasn’t the first woman this asshole tried to leave in the middle of nowhere,” he said. Casey opened the file, looked at the pictures, and quickly closed it. ” she asked. “Had an old friend run some DNA,” José said. ” “That’s not even funny,” she said.
I’ll put the eggs on,” she said, opening the screen door and slipping away from him. She moved through the tiny space, removing the box of eggs from the fridge and cracking them into the pan and lighting the stove, still hiccupping. “Missy,” the police chief said, his voice following her through the screen door, “I need you to come with me. ” Isodora kept right on cooking. She ignored the police chief, and after a time she stopped hearing his words over the crackling eggs. She didn’t hear him enter, and when he touched her shoulder, she shrieked and cringed.
He can’t be much more than thirty. What? ” “Age,” Paige said, flicking her fingers. “I’m almost twenty years younger than Luddy. ” “I’m sorry, but I’m your friend,” she said. “Pleated pants? That mustard blouse? So last year, honey. I remember when you and Taylor came up from Austin for the Margarita Ball that one time. My God, that strapless thing? Shoulders like a goddamn statue. ” Casey chewed and took another bite, but couldn’t help glancing down at herself. She straightened her back and swallowed.