"Absentmindedly, he returned the receiver to its cradle. With eyes focused on nothing of present, Michael remained captured in thought.
Mayor Lloyd could not have seen Mr. Rayller, he's been dead several years. However, if Mayor Lloyd days he saw who he thinks he saw, that would contradict Mr. Rayller's death. On the other hand, would it? The entire Rayller family is dead; two by car accident, one with a heart attack, and Mr. Rayller's granddaughter was murdered.
Stirred by the telephone call from Mayor Lloyd, the memory of the Rayller family stood prominent in his mind. Michael, years earlier, had learned to listen and trust his gut feelings. His gut now told him this was happening for a particular reason.
The memory of Mr. Rayller's granddaughter, Shelia Rayller, again reasserted itself. The nagging questions, once forced to the rear of his mind, burst forward from the slight crack in the door of memory caused by Mayor Lloyd. Its return came like a tidal wave, sweeping aside everything in his mind as the memories tore through his conscisous thought. The sense of urgency increased with such intensity it was frightening. Forcing himself to calm down, he struggled to organize his thoughts."}
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