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“She'll attack Barack and say he's bad, but for her-the end will be sad, sad, sad.”
“The Transom wondered if the ubiquitous photo of Ms. Wurtzel in her 20s that still graces every article written about her-the one where she's crouching down and staring up into the camera, thick eye-liner around her eyes-is a haunting presence.”
“Alex was uncomfortably aware of the other shoppers looking at her-the old woman feeling melons, the grocery employee with his fists full of fresh broccoli.”
“She could hear his footsteps descending toward her-the creaking wood gave him away.”
“She shot forward into the blue again, only this time as she moved-more correctly, as the light surrounded her-the color around her crackled with static, went to black for a second, and then the analysis chamber took shape around her once more.”
“She was wearing a pants suit of charcoal gray flannel, and her dark hair was done up in a knot on the top of her head, and you already know who she was, but it took me a minute, because the last time I saw her-the only time I saw her-she had her hair down and her clothes off and her mouth open.”
“As she recalled the things he'd said to her-the things he'd done.”
“For a moment be seemed to breathe her-the appealing aroma of clean hair and her own personal woman's scent that the perfume she'd been wearing had merely enhanced.”
“All the little bits of her-the angry parts, the resentful parts, the fearful parts-she swallowed back down because she was the adopted daughter and she couldn't afford to make waves.”
“The smell of smoke in the air didn't immediately alarm her-the entire neighborhood had been burning firewood around the clock.”
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