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117 Days of James Patterson – Day 104

Day 104, Chapter 104
Lindsay walks Heidi out of the station, “puffy-eyed and dazed,” to meet Sarah and the kids as they head off into the greener pastures of Witness Protection.  OMG, Lindsay is going to get this close to Hello Kitty and not even realize it, isn’t she?

“Sergeant Boxer, meet my friend Sarah Wells.”

Sarah was a pretty brunette, no makeup, late twenties, wearing oversize clothes. She put a pink rubber ball down on the seat and reached across to shake my hand. She had an impressive grip. She said, “Listen, it’s good to meet you at last. Thanks for everything.”

There was an odd expression on Sarah’s face – as if she were afraid of me. Had she had run-ins with the police?

“Meet me at last?”

“I meant, since you found Stevie.”

“Of course.”

K, bye.  I suppose, in Lindsay’s defense, there’s no way for her to know that Sarah is the jewel thief.  Well, she might have had an idea if she had done any police work of value at all, ever.  It’s even funnier that due to her ineptitude, her other case (Lipstick) got transferred to the FBI and they unknowingly put the criminal from the robberies into Witness Protection.  Ha ha.

Why is Sarah still trying to improve her hand grip if she’s retiring from Hello Kitty-ing?  Is it because she’s gay?  C’mon, JPatt, don’t go there.

Sorry, there’s nothing else to really comment on for this one – Heidi and Sarah just drive away in an FBI caravan lead by Special Agent Dick Benbow.  Man, he didn’t even say goodbye.
Go to Day 105


2 comments on “117 Days of James Patterson – Day 104

  1. Nate
    August 12, 2010

    Isn't Benbow the super-cop who valiantly charged Pete's car, throwing down a spike-strip even though the driver had not yet achieved a speed of 5 after barely pulling out of the driveway, then pointed his gun at him even though 20 other cops had just been ordered to let Pete go free because of his tiny hostage? Yeah, THAT guy's a genius. Really contributes to the tightly-wound thriller here. Spin him and Inspector McNeil off into their own series, “Cappy and the Dick.”

  2. Anonymous
    August 12, 2010

    By the way, I had wanted to come on yesterday to let you know that it was Angie Harmon's birthday…and you didn't even give her props! Thought you'd get a kick out of that.

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