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Family Secrets
by Margy Rydzynski   

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Publisher:  Lulu


Get ready for a wild ride when a new neighbor, an unsettling sculpture at an
art exhibit and a blind office-mate trigger a deadly set of nightmares for Maggie
Szczep. Something horrible happened, and famous artist Cal St. George wants
Maggie to solve the mystery, even if it destroys her mind in the process. Add
a death, a multi-city search and the scene is set - but, for what?

Maggie-Della Mysteries


Encounter at the Allen Franklin:

I was too tired: the walls between dream and reality kept slipping and flooding into one, bubbling cauldron. I shut
my eyes, to rest and to let the two sides mingle. I felt something: death in those foetid walls, along with a
malevolence that emanated through the emaciated man and reached for my throat. I jerked my eyes open and
shuddered. The man took shape in my mind, glaring eyes turning towards me with the hideous mouth and eyes
of the dream monster. He moved from the chair. I shook my head and wheeled back. The sculpture went back to
normal, although the evil feeling remained. The man was dead, was death. There was something in the wall,
something dead, perhaps, that the old man guarded.

Cal looked over at me, a look of concern on his face. “Maggie?” he asked. “Are you okay?”

“Yea…” I swallowed and brought the rest of myself back to this world. “Weird.”

“I'm sorry. I didn't realize…”

“I feel stuff,” I explained. “I've always been that way. It hits me in the head, knocks me for a loop.”

“What did you feel?”

I waited for a moment before answering, putting my thoughts and my mind back in order. “Death.”


“Walls and death.”

Now it was Cal's turn for silence. He looked out at nothing, or perhaps at something behind his eyes and not in
front of them. He spoke, finally, with a quiet pain. “Death, Maggie.”

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