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By Vikki Wakefield

ISBN-10: 1921758309

ISBN-13: 9781921758300

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Contents ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE TEN ELEVEN TWELVE THIRTEEN FOURTEEN FIFTEEN SIXTEEN SEVENTEEN EIGHTEEN NINETEEN TWENTY TWENTY-ONE TWENTY-TWO TWENTY-THREE TWENTY-FOUR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ONE It’s easy. Happy pills. At best you’re a dancing queen with a direct line to God; at worst you can fry your brain. Thirty bucks each, retail. They come wrapped in a brown-paper package that fits in your bike basket. Plain view is good because a backpack on a Dodd is asking for an illegal search by a cop.

Smack you on the head with the shovel like she does with brown snakes. ’ Whine. He doesn’t look like he’s going anywhere. I need a plan. I should confess. Just tell Mum what happened to the package. A couple of calls, a few favours traded; Jordan Mullen will regret messing with me. If there’s one thing my family’s good at, it’s retribution. It’s not that I’m scared of Mum, or Matt, or Dill—it’s like being protected by the mafia. But there’s always a price. If they call in the debt, I’m back to being a Dodd.

I’ve only grown about half an inch since I was last here a few years ago. About five-six. Nothing distinctive about five-six. I’m still short, aimless and ordinary. The boys’ names have a good story. They’re named for an actor Mum was in love with, back in the eighties. My name is a tribute to some old woman who took Mum in when she had nowhere to live. She was pregnant with me and the boys were only about four and six when my Dad left. She knew he’d never stay, but she didn’t think he’d leave her with nothing.

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