By Susan Beth Pfeffer
“Willa’s frankly portrayed grief, confusion, and uncertainties can have a robust influence on readers.” –Publishers Weekly, starred overview Sixteen-year-old Willa is lucky to have a contented combined kin. yet a frantic cellphone name from Pryor, Texas, shatters the calm. Willa’s beginning father has murdered his moment spouse and daughters . . . and the police imagine he’s on his approach east to seek down Willa and her mom. As this worrying tragedy unavoidably exposes family members secrets and techniques to Willa and her group, she struggles together with her personal damaging mystery
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He wrote back a very abusive letter. He said I'd only written to extort money from him. Which I hadn't. " "You didn't tell me you'd written Dwayne," Jack said. "Things were so crazy then," Mom said. "The move. Val leaving. If Budge had said okay, I would have told you. " "Willa told us she's had no contact with him," Officer Rivera said. "Not since she was a little girl. Did he ever say he wanted to see her? " "No," Mom said. "I don't know what I would have done if he had. When I was with Budge, he was always promising to turn over a new leaf, but he never did.
He'll be here before supper. " I said. " I asked. Would I have loved him? I couldn't ask. "I told myself I did," Mom said. "But I had no idea what love was until I met Jack. I'm taking my shower. Don't answer the phone or open the door. I'll call room service after I get dressed. " She gathered her clothes and walked into the bathroom. I turned the TV on and watched pictures of my father and my sisters and a gas station in Ohio scroll over and over again. Seven MOM, CURT, AND PAULINE were playing canasta.
It sounds like Budge is in a lot of trouble. Have you heard from him? " I underlined "Call Faye" three times and tried to figure out who Budge was. I didn't think it was any of Faye's exes or if it was, why Faye would think Mom would have heard from him. I knew I wasn't going to like the fourth message. But I played it anyway. "Terri, look, I've gotta talk to you. The news about Budge, it sounds really bad, and not hearing from you has got me worried. Call me the second you get in. I need to hear that you're all right.
Blood Wounds by Susan Beth Pfeffer