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Title:Trust (Waverly Beach Cozy Mystery, #1)
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Pamela M. Kelley
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Category:Mystery, Fiction, Cozy mystery, Suspense

Trust (Waverly Beach Cozy Mystery, #1) by Pamela M. Kelley

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Trust (Waverly Beach Cozy Mystery, #1) How well do you really know your significant other If they were accused of a crime even murder would you trust in their innocence unconditionally .

In TRUST year old high school teacher Lauren is about to get married when one of her students goes missing and she becomes a person of interest .

Her Fiance David is a former minor league pitcher turned stockbroker who is surprised to discover that there are things he didn t know about Lauren With the help of his year old grandfather amp his friend Jack the assistant sheriff he searches for the truth .

Prologue .

Twenty years earlier .

Melissa Hopkins wanted more than anything to be home in her warm bed securely tucked under her thick down comforter For several hours now she d been sitting in a small windowless room at the local police headquarters being interrogated by the same two cops non stop It made her head ache although she supposed the drinks she d had earlier could be a contributor to that as well .

Most of her friends had started drinking a few years ago around age fourteen It was common in Waverly a beachfront community that was busy in the summer and deadly deserted in the winter months Her friends considered her a lightweight as she had always said no until a few months ago on her sixteenth birthday .

Melissa closed her eyes and tried to focus and to remember what really happened but her memory was a confused blur She suspected she might have blacked out for a bit That had happened once before when she d been drinking vodka and this time they had been playing quarters on the beach and doing shots It was hard to play well on the sand plus someone had the bright idea to mix vodka with orange juice and made the losers slug shots of the drink instead of beer Melissa s stomach did an unhappy flip just thinking about it .

Melissa your Mom is waiting outside to take you home As soon as you tell us what we need to hear you ll be on your way You want to go home Melissa don t you The police officers seemed to taunt her One was a tough looking Irish guy in his mid thirties who was clearly frustrated The other cop was younger looking and equally irritated They started in again asking the questions they d already asked but this time she was hearing them differently Her mind was too tired to protest .

Melissa the other two boys saw you run after Nancy with the murder weapon Your prints are all over it along with her blood You were mad at Nancy you admitted that already You obviously did this Melissa .

Melissa s head started to throb and she pressed a hand against her forehead willing the pain to go away They saw me run after Nancy Holding something It was so hard to focus She had been mad at Nancy furious even but still she wouldn t have killed her She was sure of it But it was all a bit hazy She remembered running falling and then waking up to a police officer shaking her and a flashlight in her face She was still very confused and scared and was just sober enough to know that she was in serious trouble Was there a chance that she could have done this The police seemed to think so and they said they had proof .

Yes Melissa Just admit you killed her all the evidence makes it very clear If you confess things will go much easier for you You could be looking at much less jail time a huge difference Melissa We don t think you meant to do this You didn t mean to kill her right Melissa .

No I didn t mean to kill her Melissa felt bewildered like she was being pulled underwater or in some kind of surreal dream .

Say you killed her and you can go home

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