On his was back to his office he stopped by at Macy Underwood's stationery cabinet, got a new yellow legal pad, and told her he didn't want to be disturbed for a while.
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This week's theme is Colors. Here is my selection (unfortunately, not very exciting) from The Caravaggio Books by Bernard Peterson (p. 213):
He sat down at his desk, pulled the pad towards him and wrote at the head of the top sheet the question that he still felt was the fulcrum of this case's solution and his best starting point: What came to light between Tuesday morning and Wednesday night that would make Hilda Robertson's killer so fearful that he would kill again to keep it suppressed?"
Peterson isn't real big on descriptions and seems to have a thing about not telling the reader what color anything is. I didn't notice that until I saw today's theme....I was beginning to think I wasn't going to find any colors in the book I was reading.