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A Lingering Melody

by Patricia Wilson

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As the big Quantas jet flew in low over London, Carrie felt a burst of panic.
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Carrie Stuart returned to London with reluctance

There she would face the bittersweet memories of the past. There she had met Matthew Silver.

Meeting him again four years later was no accident. He had manipulated events to put her back in his power, and she found that the gentle, considerate lover she'd known had become an unfeeling, hard stranger.

He blamed her for their breakup yet he was the one who had left. Carrie had resolved Matt would never know that her husband was a figment of her imagination and that her twin daughters were his own.
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