Kevin and Katie live in a rural town and Kevin is a local police officer. Katie is a stay at home wife who cooks, cleans, and pleasures him whenever he desires. Katie is forbidden to leave the house without Kevin giving her permission, so she stays secluded in her home all day everyday.
Alex is a widowed man who owns a store at the coast with his two kids. He lost his wife a couple years ago and in return has taken over the management and home of his parents market.
Jo is the neighbor of Katie's at the coast who she becomes very close with and spend as much time with her as she can when she is at home and not working.
"Kevin paused at the back door to wipe his feet on the mat before heading inside. In the kitchen, he walked around a group of chattering wives and toward the sink. He washed his hands twice, using soap both times. Through the window, he saw Bill set the platter of hot dogs and burgers on the picnic table, near the buns, condimens and bowls of chips."
This passage describes how dissapearing doesn't always settle well when it's unexpected, and in this case, leads to consequences when there was too much evidence left behind. The few clues and small amount of money made it almost as easy as finding a red shoe in the all blue section.
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