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Turning to leave the room, Baleigh stopped dead in her tracks. Voices. A female voice and one she recognized right away… Jodie. Fuck. She could also hear footsteps and there were more than one set. Derrick? Baleigh was stuck at the door entrance. The voices came from the back of the house and it dawned her she did not lock the door. An inward groaned rang through her, they would know right off someone had broken in.
She clutched the revolver and knew she might have to shoot her way out. What seemed like a nice little tattle tale was turning into a shoot out. Baleigh’s whole inside were racked with fear. She had no idea which way to go, cringing she poked her head out to see if she could make out where they were. Glancing down the hall towards the kitchen her eyes could not focus in the darkness.
It was pitch black, no shadows of light which was odd to her. Then with a sudden force something hard smashed to her face. Baleigh had no idea what hit her, she crumbled to the ground as the haunting silence captured her.
6/1/2017 01:41:33 pm
Thanks for telling me about the book.
6/1/2017 02:32:21 pm
The story sounds very intriguing.
6/1/2017 11:38:51 pm
I loved the excerpt thank you.
6/5/2017 09:05:39 am
6/6/2017 02:41:12 pm
I love the cover, sounds amazing too.
6/7/2017 08:53:34 pm
I would like to give thanks for all your really great writings, including Running Blind. I wish the best in keeping up the good work in the future.
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