The Mysterious Disappearance of Marsha Boden
Hello and welcome
I hope you have enjoyed the twists and turns in the story so far and have been kept entertained along the way. Not long to go now!
I am so grateful to you all for your kind words and encouraging comments. It’s been one heck of an experiment which, I am thrilled to report, has been a resounding success.
I just have to slot the last few pieces of the puzzles into place. A bit like Lucy!
Have a great week and I look forward to seeing you back here on Saturday.
After parking as close to her apartment building as she could, Lucy inspected her car and was upset to see some damage – the ‘H’ of the Honda was missing and there was a gaping hole just above the number plate. It looked awful and she would have to go to a car wash to get the blood spatters off on her way to Mum and Dad’s in the morning. She would put her Dad on her insurance so that he could drive the car back from the airport and get the repairs done in preparation for selling it. One more thing to do to add to her list.
It was just gone five so she realised that she would have to deal with the last piece of the jigsaw puzzle in the morning. She was going to tackle it from a different angle and couldn’t believe she had been so stupid as to involve Ashcroft’s. She still had loads to do, including packing for her trip to Dubai. What do you pack for a two-year stay? She would call Dad later to say that she would be running late in the morning.
Crashing into bed exhausted at just gone midnight, she slept fitfully and kept thinking that Billie or Alex were coming to get her. In the depths of darkness and muddled dreams, as all these thoughts swirled around inside her head, it suddenly dawned on her that Mrs Boden might have got drawn into something deeper than she had intended. But what?
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