Books written by Ray Sullivan

Monday, 21 January 2013

Parallel Lives chapter 48

Michael had sat in the car park a good five minutes before he saw Sam arrive. The car park had been quiet for the first four minutes, with no cars coming and only two leaving. Then the mid sized, middle aged, obviously family style car swept in front of him, passed the end row of cars and doubled back along the next straggling line, reversing smartly into a slot about twenty foot away from his Porsche. As the occupant, a smartly dressed thirty-something woman, climbed out, Sam passed by, oblivious to the sports car, following virtually the same route as the family car parked two spaces down. As Michael leant towards the door release handle he stopped as he saw something he hadn’t expected. The woman had locked her door, admired herself in the reflection of the driver’s window, and then checked out Sam’s car. That much hadn’t been unusual, but then she turned and, clearly from Michael’s viewing position, she pretended to lock the already locked door. And now she was walking over to him.


Copyright Ray Sullivan 2011

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