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The Grand Hotel

by Leigh Michaels

Published by Leigh Michaels at Smashwords

Copyright 2010 Leigh Michaels

First published 1983

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Cover illustration copyright 2010 Michael W. Lemberger

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As Elizabeth parked her car in the guest drive of the Englin Hotel, she noticed the canopy over the bank of revolving doors was beginning to fray at the edges. The cream-colored trim on the deep maroon was suffering from the weather. She made a mental note to mention it to the maintenance department.

The doorman, in his maroon livery, let a smile cross his usually impassive face as he opened her car door. “It’s good to see you back, Mrs. Englin,” he said cheerfully.

Elizabeth reached for her handbag and stepped out of the car, her skirt sliding up elegant long legs. “Henry, I’ve only been gone since Friday,” she chided.

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