Chapter Fifteen

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TONY HAS COME TO GATHER UP LADDERS AND gardening tools. He walks around the house examining repaired window frames and a water faucet. Anne writes a check for the last of the repairs. Satisfied with his work, Tony says, “Dr. Hamilton, have you thought about painting your kitchen, maybe just one wall?”

“No,” she says.

“Maybe a soft red.”

“Well, Tony, I’ve never thought of red as being soft.”

“I’ve got some paint in my truck. It’s called, ‘Soft Red.’ I’ll get it.”

She stands looking at the almost-white wall, considering. A color would be nice in here, but red? Allen never liked red. When Tony returns with the paint, she says, “I’ll try it. Leave it and I’ll paint a test board.”

Tony finds a newspaper and sets the paint on it. Prying the lid off, he grins at her. “I’m thinking about running over to Weatherford next weekend and taking her out. What do you think?”

“I think it’s a great idea. But remember. Miss Weems turns her phone off early.”

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Chapter One 1
  • Chapter Two 30
  • Chapter Three 45
  • Chapter Four 70
  • Chapter Five 81
  • Chapter Six 101
  • Chapter Seven 115
  • Chapter Eight 135
  • Chapter Nine 149
  • Chapter Ten 159
  • Chapter Eleven 168
  • Chapter Twelve 182
  • Chapter Thirteen 194
  • Chapter Fourteen 207
  • Chapter Fifteen 214
  • Chapter Sixteen 223
  • Chapter Seventeen 247
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