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“Sonterra and I left the building in silence, started across the parking lot toward his slick SUV, gleaming black in the winter sun.”
“Sonterra and I could blister a mattress, but when it came to just about anything else, we were both pretty careful about showing our cards.”
“If Sonterra moved to Dry Creek, a polyp forty miles up the intestines of Creation, I would have to make a drastic choice.”
““I know a lawyer,” Sonterra said, and managed a semblance of a grin.”
““No,” Sonterra agreed, and waited out the foodservice professional when she returned with our ice teas, lingered a little too long, and finally left.”
“Sonterra pressed a hand to the small of my back and steered me toward the exit.”
“Sonterra stayed in touch with Jimmy after that, got him a room in Nogales, on the Sonoran side, then pushed up his sleeves and waded into the red-tape matrix.”
“I seemed to attract them on my own, and my association with Sonterra, who was a homicide cop at the time, merely compounded the problem.”
“A waitress strolled over, ogling Sonterra the way waitresses almost always did.”
“Still musing, Sonterra opened the passenger door for me and waited until I was settled.”
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