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‘Last Witness’ By Carys Jones

LAST WITNESS‘ – (Wrong Number #2)

Cover Image Of 'Last Witness' By Carys JonesThe darkness was a vessel. It took Amanda away from the mansion. As she lay on her side she could feel the rumble of the car’s engine vibrating through her body. Her senses became distorted. Initially she tried to follow her journey, tried to interpret each bend, each turn. But it quickly became too difficult.

She felt her tears soaking into the rough carpet against her cheek, her ears filled with her own muffled, anguished cries.

McAllister was going to kill her.

Her mind refused to entertain other possible solutions. McAllister didn’t believe in loose ends or forgiveness. When the lid of the boot opened up again Amanda would probably be minutes, even seconds, from certain death.

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