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“He tried not to let it show, but Róisín understood exactly what her taking up the fiddle meant to him.”
“Upton took a deep breath and let it out audibly, as if shaking off Siennas attack.”
“Stuey was a bit gun-shy, having been burned once by Roger King, but he let it be known that he was open to the opportunity should it arise.”
“I glanced at Franta and saw that he was smoking too, so I let it go.”
“Nora ached to let it all go—to tell her mother about Cormac, about Frank Cordova and the postmortem this morning, about Natalie Russo and the riverbank and the image of Tríona she had seen in that Lowertown window.”
“Or maybe she just let it go out to sea so it would look like she was off the island, I spitballed.”
“You have to know when to leap off the Anger Train and let it go.”
“I felt a flash of irritation at the sight of Poppy and her teeny flapper-style dress but just as quickly decided to let it go.”
“The expectation that in a second or two or five Viktor Nikolaevich will take my hand and, this time, will not let it go.”
“Franta lifted the bottle high above his head and let it pour all over the lonely ice cube, filling the glass halfway before jerking the bottle back without spilling a single extra drop.”
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