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By Brendan DuBois

ISBN-10: 0751537209

ISBN-13: 9780751537208

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Baby. ” She stole from me. Memories, hidden behind dreams. I did not know how I lost so much—how she did it—but I blame my youth. I was so young. I forgot it all—even later, when I saw more. So much more. Even then I did not remember those zombies, that bar—my mother and the darkness, caged. So naïve. I thought I was wise. I thought I knew everything. But thirteen years after that moment in the snow I watched my mother get shot in the head. And I finally understood. I remembered. I got it. I got it all.

Eyes dark and burning. I did not know what I said. I did not remember. I was sure I stared. That much, I stared. I tried not to flinch when she knelt and looked into my face. She held up her hands for me to see. Blood glistened on her fingers. Blood that slowly disappeared into her tattooed skin. Boys, drinking up. Feeding. “I don’t want you to remember this,” she whispered, touching my forehead. “Baby. ” She stole from me. Memories, hidden behind dreams. I did not know how I lost so much—how she did it—but I blame my youth.

Most did good work. That was the problem. I had broken too many laws over the years to be comfortable around anyone with a badge. I hoped I looked appropriately docile. I had cleaned up that morning, and my hair was pulled back. A bit of lipstick, some mascara. Nothing heavy. Not that I was trying to impress. I thought they had come for Mary. I was almost certain of it. I was scared for her. And Grant. But I got a surprise. ” asked the detective on the left, a slender black man who kept his thumbs hooked lightly over his belt.

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