Vanished (2010)

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He heard her boots pattering along just behind the thump of his—it wasn’t her fault he had a longer stride—and slowed his pace. “You were saying you saw Naomi at the church?”
“Yes,” she replied, “rig
...ht after we left the Black Sea Pearl. You remember, I wanted to show Angela at the Style Shop how well my dress fit.”
He smiled reminiscently at the “fit” of the dress.
“I was turning into Pelican Lane,” Molly continued, “and I noticed several tourists taking photos of the church. Aleister would love that, since old Charles renovated the place. Typical Crowe, taking what was probably a very nice medieval building and ramming Georgian windows through the walls and raising the steeple until it’s out of proportion.”
Michael’s eye strayed toward the foursquare steeple of St. Mary’s, or Calm Seas as it was known to Blackpoolers, after one of the most frequent prayers uttered there. The spire rose above the roofs of town like an exclamation point.
“Naomi was sitting on the bench beneath the old yew tree, sketching the Crowe mausoleum.
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