Could anything keep the memory of murder and terror
buried in the cellar of Samantha’s mind?
Ben had promised to unplug this weekend—he would leave the Bach House Vineyards IT project at the office. Oblivious to what awaited her, Samantha showered in the glow of anticipation of this romantic getaway. How could she know she would spend it alone?
When Ben glanced at the wine and flowers on the passenger seat with his computer bag, he grinned to himself, knowing he would arrive at the cottage well before Sam with time to get the fireplace crackling and the chill off the sheets. He hoped Gerry would make himself scarce after dropping off his drawings for Sam.
Ben’s cell phone buzzed and went to voicemail. Gerry was still there? His voice was jagged; his message cryptic, ending with an abrupt click. Ben shivered.
A creeping sense of foreboding turned Ben’s knuckles white as he accelerated through traffic. Something was very, very wrong at the cottage.
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A Person of Interest
A Person of Interest. . .
. . Promises to Thrill and Excite with Romance and Danger!
Samantha took a taxi from the SkyTrain terminal to Chinatown that blustery night. She was happy with the progress she’d made on her novel in the two weeks she’d been away. But the breakup with Don when she’d left had not gone well, and she cringed at the thought of having to deal with his temper again.
Tired and soaked to the skin, Samantha climbed the stairs to her friend’s apartment. The door stood ajar, which was curious. Siobhan should have been at work. When Samantha peered in, she could just see the outline of two ominous figures skulking in the gloom. She gasped and slammed the door shut. She could hear their muffled shouts as she flew, screaming, down the stairs into the street.
Gripped with fear, and shielding her face from the driving rain, Samantha dodged between jousting umbrellas and the spray from the headlong rush of the traffic that threatened to thwart her escape.
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Review of A Person Of Interest
I looked forward to reading A Person Of Interest by Ardelle Holden, a romantic mystery story that takes place in and around Vancouver B.C., anticipating a few lazy hours of light entertainment. What I did not expect was to feel my heart racing, in empathy with the main character within the first two pages! I was hooked.