Crime didn’t discriminate. Those thugs could have murdered my family anywhere. Contrary to some beliefs, the address wasn’t important to a thief. Criminals were intelligent. They knew that valuables could be in any place. The accepted theory, however, was that top-tier locations housed innumerable wealth.
Take Josh’s apartment.
It was a serious step up from the rundown home he lived in as a kid. Every spacious square inch of the apartment was expertly decorated. To the casual observer, it resembled a showroom. If a crook cased the building, they wouldn’t see the flaws and evidence of my friend’s slovenly ways. They’d only look at a vast array of riches.
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