By Melanie Jackson
It's Chloe's first Valentine's Day with Alex and an individual is out to sabotage the Sweethearts Ball. Her romance can also be a casualty with Alex's mom and dad and their cats on the town for a trip and never happy with their son's engagement
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Go on,” Tragg said. “This woman,” Mason said, “was Adelle Sterling Hastings, the wife of Garvin S. Hastings. At present Mrs. ” “Yesterday noon while I was out at lunch, and while Della Street was also out at lunch, a woman came to my office—a woman wearing large dark glasses, who said her name was Mrs. Hastings and that she would wait until I returned from lunch. She waited in the outer office for a few minutes and then left rather hurriedly, saying she would return but she never returned. ” “And it was Mrs.
Mason said, “I’m putting two sets of two and two together and making two fours, Mrs. Hastings. ” There was a moment of silence. ’ Mason asked. “Yes. ” “Did you tell him—“ Mason broke off as the telephone rang. Della Street picked up the instrument, said, “Yes, Gertie. . ” Della Street turned to Mason and said, “A Mr. ” Mason indicated the telephone instrument to Adelle Hastings. ” “Why, I’ll take it here,” she said. She picked up the telephone, said, “Hello, Simley. This is Adelle. You . . What!
She looked at him wordlessly, panic in her eyes. ” Mason asked. ” Mason asked. “Huntley L. ” she asked, her voice dripping with distaste. “Yes. ” She made an inclusive, sweeping gesture with her hand, indicating the apartment. ” she said. ” “Of course. ” “I had a talk with Banner this afternoon,” Mason said. ” “I didn’t,” Mason said. “He got in touch with me. ” “Why in the world would he say a thing like that? I never called him and there was no need for me to get a lawyer. My husband and I reached an agreement without any difficulty.