By Robert Spiller
Bonnie Pinkwater returns during this moment ebook within the sequence that follows a math instructor with a knack for fixing mysteries in her small Colorado town. When the wrestling trainer is located murdered, Bonnie enlists the aid of a pupil to determine what particularly happened. Suspects quickly develop into sufferers, notwithstanding, as extra individuals are killed and no more is understood in regards to the culprit. Just while she thinks issues cannot get any worse, Bonnie's cherished puppy is abducted, elevating the stakes even greater. A thrilling adventure with twists round each corner, this mystery uses math and its heritage to solve the secrets and techniques of the crime and confidently convey one other killer to justice.
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Matt shuffled to a stop across from where she sat. The guard stepped back and positioned himself at the door. ” 42 Bonnie sat inside a three-sided carrel. Two white ceiling-to-floor walls bordered her and had the matte finish of upended countertops. A sheet of thick, clear Plexiglas with a circular copper vent at face level separated her from Matthew. She had to move left to see the boy’s face. He looked like a child trying to be brave, but not quite up to the task. He wouldn’t meet her gaze. ” Now was no time for Bonnie to be weepy.
Don’t be stupid, Bonnie,” she said, but the admonishment came too late. Loneliness—like a slow-moving mist—crept toward her from every corner of the house. She had to get away. Without a look behind, Bonnie threw in the paper and stepped back through the doorway. She slammed the door. Instead of turning right toward the road, Bonnie let her feet carry her left, toward the foothills beyond her property. In the distance she could just make out the faint outline of the Bluffs. 31 If the rugged mesa ever had a name, she and Ben never knew it.
Matt’s smile faded. “A policeman put handcuffs on me. ” Could the young man have fooled her all these years? Did he have reserves of cunning she never suspected? Bonnie studied Matthew’s face. He looked incapable of lying, let alone committing murder. ” The young man sighed, his eyes darting first one way, then another. Bonnie couldn’t tell if he was having trouble remembering or if the memory troubled him. On almost anyone else, the body language signaled a person getting ready 45 to lie. ” Matthew shrugged a that’s-the-wayit-goes shrug, then smiled as if in apology.
A Calculated Demise (Bonnie Pinkwater series) by Robert Spiller