By Gil Brewer
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They made her hair gush out and her skirt looked wet the way it formed against her thighs. ” She yanked her skirt up and let the winds blow. There was a little moon now I turned the headlights of the car off. “Take my hand,” I said, and walked her along in the direction the car had been headed, then stopped. “Now,” I said. ” I picked up a rock a little smaller than a human head. ” I said. “Yes. ” I took a step and heaved the rock. It vanished. There was absolutely no sound. Just the wind. Then her gasp.
We were going to rob that bank of a million dollars. A Taste for Sin — 42 Because I believed her. But one thing had me worried. George Anderson. Murder wasn’t my line. Then I thought, Yeah. But there’s a price tag on everything. And the cost of this dream is a million dollars. A Taste for Sin — 43 Ten... Back at the store, I hopped cars, watched the clock, and worried about the police. They had to investigate. But this close, on me, wanting the doctor’s name. I didn’t like it. I felt sure the cop I’d hit over the head with the jack handle hadn’t seen my face.
Worth a Million. A millionaire. And I had always wanted money with all my heart and mind, before Jinny... and after Jinny. She just didn’t call. It was after seven-thirty. I couldn’t stand it any more. “Ned? I forced myself to come in today. I knew you’d need me. But I’m still sick. I feel like hell. I’m going home. ” It broke his heart. But I must have looked rocky from nerves. I went home. I wanted to call her but it wasn’t wise. There was a police car in the parking area. Two men in plain clothes got out as I slid from under the wheel of the Chev.
A Taste for Sin by Gil Brewer