By Laura Baumbach
A cop struggles to avoid wasting himself ahead of his lover kills his kidnapper.
This a re-issued name. This tale used to be initially a part of the Hostage print anthology.
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You said it already, Cody. This is betrayal of the worse kind. ” “At first I was making sure no one connected me to Bead’s murder. Give myself time to get out of town. This was a kind of a spur of the moment decision. I needed time to pull it together. Then I saw you, alone with the evidence against me, and …maybe I thought I could take something from Gil, too. ” A crash and thud from upstairs made both of them jump. A new surge of hope, thrilling and even more painful than before, gripped Cody, squeezing the air from his lungs and sending ice cubes to rattle around in his stomach.
The chimes echoed off the walls, forlorn and empty. Gil usually considered it a rich, reassuring sound, but tonight it was plain lonely. It reflected his solitary state of mind pretty well. Tru had been at the house waiting for them when Gil and Jared returned, and alerted Bruce. She was busy making coffee and sandwiches for the officers who had stayed with the phone tap. A few drinks under his belt, Bruce had excused himself to grab a quick nap in a guestroom. Back in his study, Gil reclaimed his abandoned brandy glass.
This wasn’t about him or money or a murder. It was all about Gil. He rolled off the bed and hit the floor with a muffled thud. Squirming around to a kneeling position he found the edge of the mattress and the board holding it in place. Grinding his forehead into the firm surface, he began raking his face across it. The blindfold caught every now and then, allowing a tiny breeze of cool air to touch a spot that had been covered by warm leather. He didn’t care if he scraped his entire face off. He had to get out of here and warn Gil.
Burn Card by Laura Baumbach