Rabbits in the garden, p.22
Rabbits in the Garden, page 22
“Today, the body of twenty-two year old Olive Reardon was uncovered from alongside route 128 to Boston, not far from where her car was found over three months ago. Although originally labeled an accident, it has now been determined a homicide due to the victim's injuries.”
“Do you have any suspects, Officer O'Malley?” the correspondent asked.
“Not yet, but we believe the murder occurred around the time of the Taunton Hospital fire when several patients escaped from the asylum, including convicted murderer Avery Norton, who is still at large.”
Avery switched off the television, and with her eyes fixed on the daughter to whom she would deny nothing, she decided that, perhaps, some things were better off being denied.
About Jessica McHugh:
Jessica McHugh is an author of speculative fiction that spans the genre from horror and alternate history to epic fantasy. A prolific writer, she has dabbled in novels, short stories, novellas, and even playwriting. She has had eight books published in three years, including "Song of Eidolons", "The Sky: The World" and the first two installments in her "Tales of Dominhydor" series.
She currently lives in Maryland with her husband Dave, who is a constant source of support and inspiration in both life and writing alike.
Visit her website at http://www.jessicamchughbooks.com.
Jessica McHugh, Rabbits in the Garden
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