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By Lorna Barrett

Book shop proprietor Tricia Miles has positioned up—and submit with—her uninvited university roommate for weeks. In go back, Pammy has stolen $100. however the day she's kicked out, Pammy's stumbled on useless in a Dumpster, leaving a great deal of questions unanswered.

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She rearranged some of the clothes in the suitcase, latched it, and hauled it off the couch. She slipped her bare feet into her scuffed-up Day-Glo pink Crocs and eyed a carton on the floor. It was filled with books she’d acquired during her stay. “Can I leave this here for a couple of days-just until I get settled? ” “Sure,” Tricia said, eager to do whatever it took to get Pammy out of her hair and out of her home. But then, even though her kindness had been abused, everything about this seemed so wrong, so… nasty… so unlike Tricia.

Pammy hadn’t changed a bit since college. Lazy. Noisy. Freeloading. Irresponsible. And now a thief. How had Tricia tolerated living with her in that tiny dorm room for eight semesters? This time, Tricia didn’t back down. “I’m sorry, Pammy. ” A tense silence hung between them for interminably long seconds. Tricia waited for an explosion-or at least tears. Instead, Pammy’s face lost all animation, and she shrugged. ” She turned away to poke through the open suitcase Tricia had left on the couch. She picked up a blouse, sniffed under the arms, and set it back in the suitcase.

Angelica stood behind the counter. Her blond hair was pinned in a chignon; crimson lipstick gave her face color, along with a matching scarf tied around her neck. A black-and-white polka dot blouse and tight black slacks completed the outfit. She looked like she’d stolen her costume from an I Love Lucy rerun. “About time you showed up,” Angelica said. She wiped her hands on a towel, reached for the undercounter fridge, brought out a plastic-wrapped plate, and set it on the counter. ” Tricia settled on one of the red, round-cushioned stools.

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