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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

A rubber band, fastened to the plastic by staples, was all that held it on his face. She wished her husband was around. As if on cue, the woman in the yard froze and glanced toward her house. It's no more than six on a regular basis. Just like he never seemed to have time to paint the front porch. Sue Winters sprang to her feet.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

If he has the child, get back in touch with me. Harrison, this is Norma Wyse at the Raven County Department of Human Services. The child's mother found no comfort in the lighthearted banter. There was something cunning in how they darted from side to side as if she were constantly scheming. For much of the eastern U. It's every parent's worst nightmare - and a delicate matter for Raven County's special investigator, Whit Pynchon.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

She was still sitting in the swing, but it had almost come to a complete stop. Tommy Fuller, the taller boy, started to head her off. She hates kids, Miss Wyse. There was a pause on the other end. What was it they said about the best laid plans? A beautiful child, Whit said. He was crouched in the shadows of the underbrush, and no one could see him. When Whit looked to his employer, Tony Danton was grinning.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

You gotta come, Miss Clara. I was keeping two children for a friend of mine. We have no idea as to his whereabouts in the Myrtle Beach area. He just never got around to it—just like he never got around to replacing the shorted-out light fixture in the pantry. For law enforcement personnel, it was the place where criminals went to hide.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

Instead he went to a point that placed him closest to the blond girl on the swing set. Give me a few minutes with the prosecutor and Pynchon. With the help of his lover, newspaper editor Anna Tyree, Whit must double his efforts to unmask and capture a kidnapper who may be desperate enough to turn killer. He promised her he was going to buy one. Mosquitoes whined in the man's ears, but he ignored them. But when a mysterious prowler begins stalking another child from the same day care center, Whit is convinced that the snatched toddler is facing a much uglier - and possibly deadly - fate.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

Willie had some friends down there, Mrs. He planned to wait as long as it took. He didn't want to scare the children. I'll need some information on your former husband, Whit said. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. Winters would be willing to come down after the child.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

I'll have to authorize the trip, even if the state police do make it. She was crying, screaming for her mommy. He's done this twice—once immediately after the divorce and another time several months thereafter. She screamed, and that's when Tommy knew for sure something was wrong. Don't you threaten me, Miss Wyse.

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N.F.D.: A Whit Pynchon Mystery, Book 6

As for Pynchon here, he's just being his normal obstreperous self. The question is how many children you are providing care for. Other than the mask, he looked rather ordinary, dressed in jeans, a T-shirt, and steel-toed work boots. Whit glanced at his employer. Whit's plan had been chiseled in granite, or so he had thought.

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