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Girls Don't Hit

Geonn Cannon

Supposed Crimes LLC, Matthews, North Carolina

Smashwords Edition

This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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Copyright 2014 Geonn Cannon

Published in the United States

ISBN: 978-1-938108-45-7

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Chapter One

The choice of Pierre as her home base was strategic. When time was of the essence, she could be anywhere in the country within five hours. It was a large enough city to get lost in, but not so large that she had to worry about an extraordinarily vigilant police presence. South Dakota was her refuge, her hiding place. The life she created there - the life of Jocelyn Webb, homemaker and corporate mediator - was nothing but a wool cap pulled down over her face to prevent people from looking too closely at her. When she first started out, she tried her damnedest to be Susie Homemaker. She took night classes at the library, ordinary things like cooking, interior design, literature studies. Anything that she could use to appear more plain-Jane to her neighbors.

Myles supported her actions, since he approved of anything that deflected attention from their activities. When she was younger she allowed her friends to set her up on blind dates with bachelor brothers and coworkers who were "just perfect for her." She went on the dates, although she had to watch several abysmal romantic comedies to figure out how she should act. She'd never been particularly good at figuring that out for herself. She was only concerned with looking right between jobs. As far as she was concerned she was an actress playing a part, and Pierre was as good a place as any.

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