Bloody Valentine

Bloody Valentine

James Patterson, K. A. John

Language: English

Pages: 49

ISBN: B004N87NFU

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Bloody Valentine

James Patterson, K. A. John

Language: English

Pages: 49

ISBN: B004N87NFU

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This is not my conversion, but it's very clear that this is an un-touched retail. Enjoy!

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This year Valentine's Day isn't for romance. It's for murder.

Mega rich restaurant owner Jack Barnes and his second wife Zee are very much in love. However, their plans for Valentine's Day are about to be torn apart by the most violent murder.Who is the strange figure plotting this sick crime? Who hates Jack that much? There are plenty of suspects living in Jack's fancy block of flats. Is it them, or could it be the work of an outsider with a twisted mind? One thing's for sure, the police have got their work cut out solving this bloody mess.

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Barnes, could I speak to you first?’ Amy opened an inner door, which led on to a corridor. ‘There are four offices and four en-suite bedrooms in there,’ Michael explained. ‘If you want somewhere private, there’s an office ahead of you.’ ‘Thank you.’ Amy opened the door that Michael indicated. ‘Miss Barnes?’ Leila left her chair reluctantly. A constable tapped Amy on the shoulder. ‘Liam Ansell has reviewed the CCTV images, ma’am. There’s something he thinks you should see right away.’

Barnes, could I speak to you first?’ Amy opened an inner door, which led on to a corridor. ‘There are four offices and four en-suite bedrooms in there,’ Michael explained. ‘If you want somewhere private, there’s an office ahead of you.’ ‘Thank you.’ Amy opened the door that Michael indicated. ‘Miss Barnes?’ Leila left her chair reluctantly. A constable tapped Amy on the shoulder. ‘Liam Ansell has reviewed the CCTV images, ma’am. There’s something he thinks you should see right away.’

meeting.’ ‘Did you see or speak to anyone when you were in your apartment? ‘Obviously I didn’t see anyone. I made several telephone calls.’ ‘Time of the calls?’ ‘I can’t remember,’ Leila snapped angrily. Amy watched Ben make a note to check Leila’s calls and computer log. ‘The name of the charity and place you met?’ ‘St Anna’s Hospice. We use the conference room in the offices.’ ‘Time?’ ‘One o’clock. Several committee members work, so we arrange our meetings at lunchtime.’ Amy looked at

his.’ ‘What made you think Jack wasn’t the father?’ Ben asked. ‘Jack never said a word – to me or Michael – about planning to have a child with Zee. But Jack was besotted. He wouldn’t listen to reason once Zee announced her pregnancy. It worried Michael and me.’ ‘Why?’ Amy probed. ‘Zee was fifteen years younger than Jack. Pretty enough, in a common way, but she’d barely been educated. She was neither a social nor an intellectual match for Jack.’ ‘What caused the fire that killed Jodie?’ Ben

had been in with Jack for an hour, which was the time limit he set on business meetings. She knocked on his door. ‘Come in.’ Jack was standing shaking hands with his visitors. ‘You won’t regret increasing your order, Mr Barnes.’ ‘I hope I won’t. Alice, would you see my visitors out please?’ ‘This way,’ Alice smiled at them before ushering them out of Jack’s office. Jack saw the parcel Alice had left on his desk. He’d seen a small box in a Harrod’s bag in Zee’s handbag when she’d left it

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