By Jody Session
Copyright 2011 PINK PUBLISHING
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“I said you’re fired,” said Haley Powers, voice implacable. When the attorney at law poster woman for Crane and Hewitt’s said something, she meant it and hated repeating herself. Something the incompetent little man before her didn’t seem to understand.
“But I’ve been with this office for fifteen years,” Mr. Becket said. He wasn’t a tall man by any means and possessed the sort of face that popped to the fore of Haley’s mind whenever somebody said sleazy lawyer.
“And I can only hope that during those fifteen years you never tried bribing anyone else for testimony,” Haley said. Her voice neither rose nor fell in tone, yet somehow it sent shivers down the man’s spine.