By Linda Howard
Fueled by way of an obsession to fill the void in different people’s lives, Milla side unearths misplaced children—all the whereas attempting to outrun the brutal feelings stemming from a tragedy in her earlier. touring to a small village in Mexico on a competent tip, Milla starts to discover the dire destiny of numerous young children who've disappeared within the labyrinth of a sinister baby-smuggling ring. the foremost to nailing down the association could relaxation with an elusive one-eyed guy. As Milla’s look for him intensifies, the challenge turns into extra treacherous. For the hoop is a part of anything some distance greater and extra risky, achieving the top echelons of energy. Racing into peril, Milla by surprise unearths herself the hunted—in the crosshairs of an invisible, deadly murderer who goals to silence her permanently.
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Really. ” He grinned. ” Joann caught Milla’s eye and gestured toward Milla’s office. Milla looked and almost groaned aloud when she saw who was waiting for her. Mrs. Roberta Hatcher was searching for her missing husband, who had disappeared one weekend several weeks ago while she was in Austin visiting her sister. Since Mr. Hatcher’s clothing was also missing, as well as his car and half the money in their checking account, the police had correctly concluded foul play wasn’t involved, that Mr.
M. Friday afternoon. Can you tell me—” “Sorry,” the man said impatiently. “This is a pay phone. I don’t have time to watch everybody who uses it. ” “I can’t help ya. ” He hung up, and Milla blew out a frustrated breath as she followed suit. ” Joann asked impatiently. “Yes,” said a low, emotionless voice behind them. ” Joann jumped and gave a startled little squeak as she whirled. Milla stood up so abruptly her chair shot backward and crashed into her desk, and somehow she ended up standing beside Joann, frozen, staring at the man who blocked her office door.
To be on the safe side, she locked the door behind her. “In here,” Joann called, and came out of the break room. “I’m nuking some popcorn, but I’ve got another bag. ” “Popcorn is real. ” Joann was a junk-food junkie, which made it all the more amazing that she was so trim. She was forty, divorced, had an eighteen-year-old son, who had left the week before to spend what was left of the summer with his dad before heading off to college, and she looked no older than thirty. She wore her blond hair cut almost boy-short, and her blue eyes held a permanent twinkle.
Cry No More by Linda Howard