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A creature of habit, she was as dependable as she was loyal. The only thing that would make her take a night off was if she was sick. Ry's gaze went back to Char. " She wrinkled her nose. "You're a stubborn man, Detective Archard. " It was still raining when Ry left the Toucan and turned his green Blazer toward the Garden District, and his thoughts back to the Burelly case. It went without saying he was committed to finding Mickey's killer. Even though there wasn't much to go on at the moment, the crime hadn't been perfect.
He didn't even remember what he'd said, but suddenly she was in his arms, clinging to him as if he were her lifeline. And like a hungry old fox, he'd reveled in the fact that he had a legitimate reason to touch her and feel her body against his. She was jailbait; she'd just lost her father, dammit. What kind of bastard did that make him? The guilt had driven him crazy, then it had driven him into the arms of another woman. He'd wanted Margo out of his head and out of his dreams; any woman would do as long as she made him forget his fantasy.
A blood trail leading to the end of the pier suggested that they had attempted to escape by jumping into the river. Would the Harbor Patrol find their bodies in the next few days? Or had their escape been successful? The odds were slim that, wounded and fighting the river's current at night, a person could survive. That is, unless their wounds weren't serious and they were good swimmers who knew the area. Ry had learned that a slim chance was better than none. Until he explored every possibility, he would assume there were witnesses out there who could shed some light on his case.