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Chapter 13 - Breaking Hearts

In the back of the van, there was a dead body.  Samantha gasped, as Edward ran forward and looked at it.

Edith looked in mystery at the van.   213 more words

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Chapter 12: Last of Freedom

Margie Whistler was escorted into the police interrogation room.  She looked distraught.  Edward and Olga sat at the table opposite her.  She sat down.

Edward looked as his notes, and then up at her, “Do you know why you’re here?” 515 more words

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Chapter 7 - The Second Twenty-Four

Within half an hour, Samantha Duby was on the road towards Edonon Hills.  After a few quick texts to some people she knew, and requests for more information from the mysterious text-message sender, the image of what was happening in Edonon Hills was starting to emerge:  There was a murder, a ransacked coffee shop, and no one knew what was going on. 801 more words

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Chapter 5 - As Night Falls

The hospital was abuzz with the mysterious girl who had arrived.  The doctors guessed she was about 16, but they didn’t know her name, where she was from, or where she was heading when she was found.   644 more words

Go'r'Stay Mystery

Chapter 3 - Mystery Grows Deeper

Margie was shocked.

“This can’t be happening.”

Her store was destroyed.  Tables were overturned, the cash register was broken – the most mysterious part was the 5, 10, and 20 dollar bills laying on the ground.   520 more words

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Chapter 2 - Murder Most Foul

Donna arrived at the north end of the mall.  There was a large scene cordoned off.  As soon as he noticed Donna pulling up in her small car, Edward rushed over. 351 more words

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Chapter 1 - The New Beginnings

If you were to look hard enough on a map of Alberta (one of the ten provinces in the country of Canada), you would find the small town of Edonon Hill, a town of roughly twenty thousand people, not far from Edmonton, but far enough away that the proud Edonites, as they were called, felt themselves a distinct society, and had no pressure of the city life. 187 more words

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