DEADLY VEILS BOOK ONE: SHATTERING TRUTHS – 8

Kyrian Lyndon

ChapterEight

It was dark when I turned up Cricket Lane. A thin level of fog had developed with the cooling air. There was nothing to light the wooded path except the sun’s golden gleam reflected by a waxing gibbous moon. I’d been walking fast or running. I kept looking over my shoulder. 

Passing the little white church, I could see a group of teenagers inside the cemetery—three standing and one slumped over a tombstone.

“Get up, DeCorso,” someone urged. “Your sister’s here.”

I moved forward.

I could see it was Robbie. He jerked his head and tried to rise but fell back over the stone. He couldn’t open his eyes.

“What did he take?” I demanded.

No one spoke immediately. They appeared stunned that an eleven-year-old girl would come here alone in search of her brother.

“Tuinals,” the one female answered atlast.“Maybefive …”

“Oh, God … Robbie?” I shook him. “Are…

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