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Jennifer whimpered, suddenly jerking back as if pulling away from something. ’ demanded Perry. ’ asked the lawyer. ’ She was mad! Had to be. This couldn’t be happening to any sane person. None of it. If she closed her eyes really tightly it would all go away. No, Jennifer corrected. Not a dream. A nightmare. Real. Horribly, terrifyingly real. ‘Are you under any medical care, Mrs Lomax? ’ ‘No,’ said Jennifer, tightly, knowing the question had to be asked but resenting it. ’ ‘I want you to,’ said Jennifer, hurriedly.
And secure, as if there was a wall between her and everyone else to keep out anything bad, as high and as protective as the wall encircling the mansion she’d just left. Jennifer sometimes became frightened, like she was unsettled by the reflection now, although it was something else she never tried to explain to anyone, not wanting to be laughed at. Her fear was that she – anyone – didn’t have the right to be as lucky as she was, so secure, so sure of everything and everybody. Of herself. That feeling was easier to rationalize than the overwhelming happiness.
Queried Perry. ‘Voices in her head! Possessed by the first wife, seeking revenge! Come on! ’ demanded Bentley ‘No,’ conceded the lawyer. ’ ‘When I find the woman Lomax was screwing I’ll tell you,’ promised the detective. In the few hours since seeing Jennifer Lomax hunched beside the blood-soaked body of her husband Bentley had changed his mind about this being a case with no personal benefit. His intuition, which he usually followed, told him otherwise. It wasn’t intuition that convinced him Lomax had a mistress, though.
A Mind to Kill by Brian Freemantle