Before Olivia leaves Carmen, she finds one more piece of information about her sister's disappearance:
I rubbed my palms against the top of my thighs. They were so clammy. I was worried for nothing, I told myself. She was nineteen and I hadn’t heard from her in a day. A day was nothing. “If you hear from her, tell her to call home, okay?” I stood up.If you'd like to read more, check out the full excerpt on my KindleScout campaign: https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/1ZEZ9K2DLCYOB
Before I left, I tried the door to the car, but it was locked. I cupped my hands around my eyes and peered through the window. There, sitting in one of the cup holders, was Charlie’s cell phone.