Lily: An Abigail Stone Mystery

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Xlibris Corporation, May 29, 2013 - Fiction - 142 pages
One rainy Sunday morning 4-year old Lily Waters was kidnapped from the front door of her family church. Her mother sings with the choir and had come to church earlier leaving Lily and her step-father to come later. By the time they came to church it was pouring down rain. Lily did not want to be carried in and begged to be dropped off at the front door like the old ladies who didnt want to get too wet running in from the parking lot. She never made it into the church. There were no clues. No stranger had been seen inside or outside the church. A thorough search of the neighborhood provided nothing. Lilys step-father was questioned but dismissed as to fault. A ransom note was never received. Lily seemed to have vanished into thin air.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
7
CHAPTER TWO
11
CHAPTER THREE
15
CHAPTER FOUR
21
CHAPTER FIVE
26
CHAPTER SIX
33
CHAPTER SEVEN
36
CHAPTER EIGHT
40
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
89
CHAPTER NINETEEN
92
CHAPTER TWENTY
96
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
101
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
105
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
108
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
112
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
114

CHAPTER NINE
44
CHAPTER TEN
49
CHAPTER ELEVEN
57
CHAPTER TWELVE
60
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
65
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
74
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
81
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
83
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
85
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
118
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
125
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
127
CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
133
CHAPTER THIRTY
135
Chapter Thirtyone
138
CHAPTER THIRTYTWO
141
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Charlotte Lewis, a retired accountant, lives and works in Vancouver, Washington. When not writing, Charlotte enjoys reading, knitting and spending time with friends and family. She is active in both her church and community. Please visit Charlotte at charlottelewisonline.com.

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