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‘Double Trouble’ by Betty Sullivan La Pierre

At three o’clock in the morning, a sharp rap vibrated the window of Tonia Stowell’s bedroom. She moaned, rolled over and pulled the covers over her head. After the celebration of her twenty-eighth birthday birthday at the Saddle Horn with a group of friends, she felt the agony of consuming too much champagne. When the second knock rattled the glass, she forced her eyes open and tried to raise her head.

“Tonia, wake up,” called a harsh male voice.

“Who the hell?” She threw back the covers and struggled to get up. Glancing at the clock, she cursed. “Damn, I’ve only been asleep an hour.”

She eased out of bed and clutched her head. Wrapping her robe around her nude body, she staggered toward the window and peered out.


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