Sugar & Spice Chapter 7

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Jada Pinkett-Smith



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I SQUEEZED THE BULGE in his shorts after turning around and facing my husband. He put his arms around me and we kissed softly. Our lips made a smacking sound when we pulled away.

"You think the way they were killed was a message, don't you?" Keyth asked.

"Either that, or it was personal," I answered. "A message or not, it's weird for someone to kill that brutally and leave drug money at the scene."

"Yeah, it was weird. Kinda rules out a former prisoner, doesn't it?" Keyth asked.

"I tend to agree with that, honey. But who the hell knows these days? They could have left it to let the police know that the warden and his wife were involved in criminal activity. Or they could have left it to fool the police into believing that an ex-con had nothing to do with it."

"So you think that a former prisoner did it and left the money to cover his ass, believing that the police would never believe an ex-con would leave the drugs and money that could have easily been taken?"

"It's possible, but I doubt it," I said. "To tell you the truth, Keyth, I have a hard time believing that any convict would leave money and drugs there when they could have gotten away clean."

"Yeah, me too. If I were running the investigation, I would still start at the prison, wouldn't you?"

"Probably, but if the warden was in fact buying and selling drugs, someone on the street would know about it, I think. Someone on the street had to be moving the stuff for him, assuming of course that he was involved in the drug trade."

"So then, you think it was about drugs?" Keyth asked again.

"I think it was personal, no matter who was involved. Whipping them makes that clear. Plus, I just don't see drug dealers leaving the drugs and the money there."

"What if they were in a hurry, Phoenix?"

"Why would they be, Keyth? According to the paper, the victims had been dead for about a week, which means the killers had plenty of time. And on top of that, it took some time to dismember them. No, he wasn't in a hurry. The killer took his time. And what about raping the wife? Would a drug dealer rape the wife and leave the money? That's been buggin' me all day."

"Speaking of taking his time," Keyth smiled. "I plan to take my time too."



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