"Get anything useful?" asked Clayton.
Pepper sat on the edge of Clayton's desk and slid her pad across to him. "Alice didn't approve of Margie going to the book club either. Not so much the club as the guy running it, Malcolm Sinclair."
"Same here. Jack thought the guy was filling her head with crazy ideas. He didn't say exactly what though."
"Alice said she only saw Malcolm once," said Pepper, " and Jack didn't know about it--still doesn't.
If you've liked my posts of The Milk Carton Murders, you should like this tale too. It was written to predate MCM and includes Sheriff Nazzaro and Pepper Black as well as other characters, from MCM.
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