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Smaller, more vulnerable, like the fingertip itself. ” She lifted her hands, as if to say, How bad could it be? I crossed to her side in one stride, hooked two fingers into her mouth along the cheek, and stepped past her so that she arched back on her heels and my hand was on my shoulder as though carrying a sack. “Jesus,” someone said. Nina was wide-eyed and struggling and would have fallen, helpless, if I wasn’t supporting her against my back. “I won’t let you fall,” I said. ” She swallowed—her whole face moved—but nodded gamely.
The Woman’s Review of Books “Griffith proves she can write crime fiction that stacks up more than favorably with the work of the best writers in the field. . Dennis Lehane, Andrew Vachss, and James Lee Burke have each taken crime fiction to a new level and each has expanded the possibilities of the genre. ” —The News Tribune ALSOBY NICOLA GRIFFITH STAY THEBLUE PLACE SLOW RIVER AMMONITE RIVERHEAD BOOKS Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Group (USA) Inc. , 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, England Penguin Group Ireland, 25 St.
The engine hummed. I’d never driven a Lincoln, but I suspected it would handle like a squashy pillow. The interior wood trim, black bird’s-eye maple, was so heavily varnished it looked like plastic. If I’d done my research correctly we were on Highway 99, which ran north and west into the city along the waterfront. I could sense the empty horizon stretching to my left, but I couldn’t see or smell it; there was a steady offshore breeze and the moon was hidden behind dense cloud. In Atlanta it would be twenty degrees warmer.