Naked Cruelty (2011)

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Categories: Fiction
We have freedom of the press, and the trashier ones tend to make things up if the story isn’t dramatic enough … I agree, this is one story doesn’t need embroidering, but … Thank you, Frau von Fahlend...orf … Good afternoon.”
    “Phew!” Helen exclaimed, putting the phone down. “They really do think they’re the only ones can do anything, don’t they? She’s an autocrat, the Frau. She either suspects or knows that the kidnappers are German, so she’s on the defensive. Was I okay, sir?”
    “You did well,” said Carmine. “What intrigues me is that the family von Fahlendorf hasn’t sent someone to Holloman, though they’ve had the weekend to do it. It’s where Kurt is, no matter where the kidnappers are. That raises some possibilities: one is that Dagmar knows Kurt is already dead, and another, that Dagmar knows they’re going to get Kurt back alive. I ask myself, is someone in Germany, acting for the kidnappers, in direct contact with Dagmar, who would rather trust villains from her own part of the world than good guys from a country she doesn’t know?
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