By Sharon Cullars

ISBN-10: 0758218982

ISBN-13: 9780758218988

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Joseph walked over to the liquor cabinet, reached for the decanter of brandy. He poured a full snifter, emptied it in three long swigs, refilled it to the brim. It was all of ten o’clock in the morning, too early for drink. Had his father been home, he would have lambasted his son for his self-indulgence. But his father was on a trip to New Jersey to settle some matter with one of his steel refineries. Always business. Joseph was free to enjoy his father’s supply of liquor and cigars, the only pleasures the man allowed himself.

Hardly anyone ever came this way, wisely afraid of robbers or mischief makers. Which made Charlie a fool. And which worked into Joseph’s plan. A plan he had decided on after Rachel was found. Nearly a month ago, a dock worker discovered Rachel’s body frozen in the East River. By chance, Joseph came across the article in one of the daily periodicals. The other papers hadn’t bothered to report the discovery. Even in the one paper, Rachel’s death had been summed up in very few words, a toss-away among news about the invention of something called a light bulb and the ever-growing media parade surrounding the Kiehl murder.

Past impressions, past emotions, never the future. As long as she could remember, she’d had this gift. When she was just seven years old, Jennifer found her friend Emily’s necklace lying on the ground near the girl’s house a couple of doors away. Emily had been missing for a week. As soon as Jennifer picked up the tiny heart chain, images invaded her mind—Mr. Jakins, his eyes strange, unfocused, his head sweaty; Emily frightened, crying and bleeding. She’d told her mother that Mr. Jakins had hurt Emily, but her mother scolded her for making up lies about their neighbor.

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