By James Siegel
For Charles Schine, it all started as a quiet, traditional day with an easy travel to work...until he meets the seductive, mysterious Lucinda Harris--an come across that might irrevocably smash his existence. From multitalented author James Siegel comes a hugely charged, suspenseful story of homicide, betrayal, and revenge. Warner Books is proud to give Siegel's most up-to-date mystery, that includes wealthy characterizations and a scintillating plot that builds to an explosive climax certain to stun readers.
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The last commercial they’d done for her company was a triumph of mediocrity. Badly cast, badly written, and badly received. It didn’t matter that they’d recommended another one to them. That they’d begged and pleaded and, yes, even groveled in an attempt to get them to choose a different board. It didn’t even matter that the first cut of the commercial had been almost good—clever, even hip—until the client, Ellen in particular, had meddled with it, changing copy, changing shots, each succeeding cut more bland than the previous one, until they’d ended up with the current dog wagging its tail five times a day on network buys across the country.
That he’d end up being taken away in handcuffs for this stupid thing on the platform at Penn Station. Then something happened. The train car went pitch black, the lights zapping off as they always did when the train burrowed under the East River. It felt as if he were sitting in a darkened movie theater waiting for that phosphorescent glow to come rescue him. Or for something else to rescue him; he could smell her there in the darkness. Lilac and musk. And then her breath was by his ear, soft and humid.
Then somehow, her hand ended up touching his. His leg sidled up to her leg. It was as if their limbs were doing it on their own, their bodies finally saying, Enough of this, I’m cold. I’m lonely. Charles got up and locked the door. Not a word about what they were doing. He slid back into bed and embraced her, heart colliding with his ribs, kissing her and thinking how he’d really and truly missed this. Only somewhere in the middle of becoming lovers again they became strangers. It was odd how that happened.