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**A brand new quick story from the Sunday Occasions bestselling writer of Native Woman Lacking and Final Seen Alive. Her latest novel, Do Not Disturb, is out now!**
A single textual content modified her life. Did it finish his?
Emily Latimer is livid. Her boss Andrew is being so unreasonable, as at all times. She fires off a textual content to her boyfriend, solely in her haste she sends it to her entire workplace group.
In it she says Andrew’s being troublesome about letting her have time without work work. That she is offended. That she hopes he dies. The following day her face burns within the workplace. Nobody believes her when she says it was a typo, she meant to say does. She hopes he does.
It is a nightmare. But it surely will get worse – Andrew would not flip up for work. After which the police come knocking. As a result of Andrew Burton has been murdered . . .
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