By Tim Green
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It was the look on Don Sales’s face and the sound of his horror when he walked into that room. How deep must that pain be? Bolinger picked up the phone. He wanted to give the father something, an offering of condolence. The only way he knew to do that was to show how hard he was working to pin down the killer. He wanted to call Sales and tell him about the apparent hit-and-run. Then he thought better of it. He’d wait until they had Lipton in the bag. There was no reason to build the man’s hopes on circumstantial evidence.
Arguing in front of a jury wasn’t a beauty contest, Tony could attest to that. But Casey had an innate fire that burned so fast and so hard that you knew the minute she opened her mouth that you were dealing with someone who was as formidable as she was smart. In Tony’s experience, pretty women had a hard time being aggressive. He thought it was a biological thing, a protection against warding off the most desirable males. But Casey shot his theory to hell. There was only one man he’d ever seen her want, and that was the one she got.
Her husband was important, of course. But Casey didn’t know if she would even have met Taylor if she hadn’t joined forces with Tony. It was Tony who had cultivated her confidence in the big city. She had always been able to shine in her tiny hometown outside Odessa. She was everything back there, the class president, the valedictorian, the homecoming queen. And why shouldn’t she have been? It was a squalid little farm town in the middle of nowhere. But Austin was a big city, and Casey needed a mentor like Tony to help give her the confidence that she could still shine at a much higher level.
The Letter of the Law by Tim Green