By Nora Roberts
Whilst five-thousand-year-old human bones are chanced on at a building web site within the small city of Woodsboro, the scoop attracts archaeologist Callie Dunbrook out of her sabbatical and right into a whirlwind of event, risk, and romance.
While overseeing the dig, she needs to attempt to make experience of a cloud of demise and misfortune that hangs over the project-fueling rumors that the location is cursed. and she or he needs to deal with the presence of her irritating—but irresistible—ex-husband, Jake. moreover, while a stranger claims to grasp a mystery approximately her privileged Boston youth, she is compelled to question her personal prior to boot.
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We’ll sell off your vehicle again on the lodge, then we’ll cross discover a drink. ” “Why do you need to be great to me, Graystone? We don’t even like one another. ” “One query at a time, babe. Come on. We’ll cross locate us a bar. ” Six The Blue Mountain Hideaway was once a spruced-up roadhouse tucked again from the line numerous miles outdoor of the city right. It served what the laminated single-sheet menu known as EATS in addition to beverages. there have been 3 cubicles ranged down one wall like squaddies, and a part dozen tables with folding chairs have been grouped within the middle of the room as though somebody had shoved them there, then forgotten approximately it. The bar was once black with age, and the ground a beige linoleum speckled with grey. The lone waitress was once younger and bird-thin. Travis Tritt used to be making a song at the juke. a few males Callie took to be locals sat on the bar having an after-work brew. From the paintings boots, gimme caps and sweaty T-shirts, she pegged them as workers. possibly a part of Dolan’s development workforce. Their heads swiveled round whilst Callie and Jake walked in, and he or she famous they weren’t relatively refined in sizing up the feminine. She slid right into a sales space and instantly questioned why she’d come. She’d be flat out at the lodge room mattress, taking pictures for oblivion. “I don’t understand what I’m doing the following. ” She checked out Jake, quite appeared. yet she couldn’t learn him. That were one of many difficulties, she proposal. She’d by no means been fairly yes what he used to be considering. “What the hell is that this? ” “Food and drink. ” He driven the menu around the desk. “And correct up your alley. ” She glanced down. If it wasn’t fried, it wasn’t EATS, she determined. “Just a lager. ” “Never recognized you to show down meals, specially whilst it’s lined with grease. ” He laid a finger at the menu, inched it again because the waitress came to visit. “A couple of burgers, good, with fries, and of no matter what you’ve received on draft. ” Callie began to protest, then simply shrugged and went again to brooding. And that frightened him. If she wasn’t as much as flaying his ass for creating a decision—any decision—for her, she was once in undesirable form. She didn’t simply glance drained, he’d noticeable her glance drained earlier than. She appeared worn. He desired to take her hand, shut it in his and inform her that no matter what was once incorrect, they’d give you the chance to mend it. And that used to be a surefire option to get his hand chopped off on the wrist. in its place he leaned towards her. “This position remind you of whatever? ” She stirred herself adequate to look round. Travis Tritt had moved directly to religion Hill. the blokes on the bar have been sucking down beers and capturing over belligerent stares. The air smelled just like the backside of a deep-fat fryer whilst the oil hadn’t been replaced in fresh reminiscence. “No. ” “Come on. That dive in Spain, after we have been operating the El Aculadero dig. ” “What, are you silly? This position is not anything like that. That had a few weird-ass song going, and there have been black flies all around the rattling position. The waiter used to be a three-hundred-pound man with hair all the way down to his butt and no entrance tooth. ” “Yeah, yet we had a lager there. similar to this.