It was now 7:30 AM. Caleb waited outside her door. He looked exhausted. The groupie, whoever she was, must have been someone really special because Sacks was still MIA. Caleb had hoped to find Sacks investigating the perimeter.
Carrie had to admit she'd been impressed with Caleb last night. She'd always thought of him as Sacks’ Barney Fife, but that image changed last night. Caleb handled the situation, methodically took pictures, and dusted for fingerprints. He'd walked them to their cars and promised to drive by both her shop and Lois' house regularly.
There was no need. Every one of the Collins women was a crack shot.
If Sacks ever needed backup, his first call would be Lois Collins. The whole town knew that. In fact, the whole town would call Lois for backup. Lois was confined to a scooter and on the other side of ninety, but she was still the best gun in Moon Lake.
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