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Force of Nature (Aaron Falk, #2) Force of Nature by Jane Harper
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“It’s the panic that gets you. Makes it hard to trust what you’re seeing.”
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“She was smiling in every photo, looked truly happy in none.”
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“looks like her photo.’ The dark-haired woman looked around,”
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“Somewhere, beneath the howl of the wind and the groan of the trees, Falk thought he could almost hear a death knell toll.”
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“worried last time you spoke to her?” “You were there,” Falk said. “Last week.” “Oh, right. No other contact since then?” It had been a forgettable meeting. Five minutes in the parking lot of a large supermarket. We need the contracts, they had said. The ones linking to Leo Bailey. Please prioritize them. It had been framed as a request. The tone had made it clear it was an order. Alice had snapped that she was doing her best. “Did we push her too hard?” Falk asked. “Make her somehow slip up?” “We didn’t push her any harder than usual.” Falk wasn’t sure that was true.”
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“Falk banged on Alice Russell’s navy blue front door and listened as the sound echoed deep within the house. They waited. There was a stillness, but not the hollow emptiness of a vacant property. He realised he was holding his breath”
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“It seemed very far away and long ago now. Like it had happened to someone else.”
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“..eyes were wide as they looked back into Falk's. She knows how to lie to men. The thought came out of nowhere.”
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“She stepped back quickly. Her mouth was gritty and she felt unbalanced, like she'd crossed a line she hadn't known existed. She thought she wasn't the only one; she could see her surprise and shame echoed on the faces around her.”
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“They don’t realise what they do at that age can still haunt them years later.”
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“All right. Let’s go.’ She prised herself away from the safety railing in time to catch Bree staring at the map and frowning. ‘All good?’ she asked, and Bree flashed her straight white teeth. ‘Yes. It’s this way.’ She refolded the map, pushed her dark ponytail over her shoulder and pointed to the single track ahead. Jill nodded, saying nothing. One track, one choice. She hoped Bree felt as confident when there was a decision to be made.”
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“How much extra did you donate to the school this year, Alice? How much did it cost to buy Margot that blind eye?”
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