Previous chapter: Prologue Elizabeth Harper turned the last spinner on the combination lock and pressed the button. Nothing. The metal box on the coffee…
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Beth was more tired than she thought. After packing a change of clothes from her home, including the costume and necklace she had worn to the facility…
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She fell through the opening face first. As Beth dropped through the air, she heard John's scream. "No!" In the air, instinct took over. She twisted her…
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Beth gritted her teeth as her Volvo crept through the streets of Harrisburg's Midtown. The area had an old, almost Victorian feel, with quaint Queen…
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We last read Chapter 43, in which Sapphire Angel creeps through the forest at night toward the tower on Xavier Wheldon’s property. She is unaware that…
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Beth jumped back as three men poured into the room. They wore torn, loose fitting jeans, tank tops, and bandanas on their heads. The two skinniest men…
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On the eve of the launch of Power Play, the second story in the Sapphire Angel series, it is time for me to discuss an issue I’ve always struggled with…
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I hope the written description in the previous chapter gave you a mental image of Beth Harper. I commissioned a book cover for the story, but didn’t…
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Beth's jaw dropped, and she looked up at John. "Woah," he said. Beth stared at the box but didn't move to open it. "Aren't you going to open it?" John…
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The angry mob didn't intimidate Xavier Wheldon. Twenty men and women faced him under the hot August sun, their faces seething with anger. Young and old…
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Silence hung over the moonlit streets, but Beth Harper didn't mistake the quiet for serenity. This section of Harrisburg might feel like a ghost town…
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Beth nibbled at her room service meal and leveled an accusatory stare at the time displayed on her phone. She couldn‘t believe only 24 hours had passed…
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