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Vic was dressed in his professional attire, a close-fitting black turtleneck that showed off his muscles, a black leather jacket, black boots, and gray slacks instead of his usual jeans. One pesky dark curl fell over his forehead. Lacey restrained the urge to push it back and gaze into his green eyes. Vic Donovan, the man in her life, had tipped her off to the factory closing story. He invited her along to the little town of Black Martin, Virginia, to see the factory firsthand while he initiated the security contract for Dominion Velvet in its waning days.
The whispering in the background did not abate. ” Sykes asked. ” “Grill is an unattractive word, Sykes. Sounds like we’re gonna barbecue you. ” York asked. “We’re not. I’m calling in the state troopers,” Armstrong said. “This kind of mess is right up their alley. ” Lacey looked at Vic for explanation. “Up to them,” he said. ” “We got the investigatory skills,” Armstrong said, slightly affronted. ” Before Lacey could process that information, Armstrong turned to other matters. He jotted notes and peered at the body.
Or just through decomposition? With Valentine’s Day less than two weeks away, maybe he should have been dyed red instead of blue. Then again, maybe not. Although the man had been completely submerged in the tint, the spool of velvet was only half dyed, the un-submerged part still cream-colored. It was a sodden mess hanging from a long heavy chain attached to the overhead machinery of the dye house. S. textile industry. She was planning to write a fashion-related feature article, one with more substance than style.
Crime & insanity, murder and its punishments and musing on murder by Rt. Hon. LORD DARLING