By Sue Leather
Award-winning unique fiction for novices of English. At seven degrees, from Starter to complicated, this outstanding collection of conscientiously graded readers bargains intriguing analyzing for each student's features. A useless lady in a swimming pool in Pine Crest, united states. She's Janine, a 23-year-old pupil who desired to write for a newspaper. Detective Flick Laine has to discover the killer. yet first she needs to discover the massive tale Janine used to be engaged on earlier than her dying. Paperback-only model. additionally on hand with Audio CDs together with whole textual content recordings from the ebook.
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Extra resources for Dead Cold Level 2 Elementary Lower Intermediate (Cambridge English Readers)
She asked. She pulled down the neck of her red blouse. On her neck, very near her throat, there was a big scar. From a knife. ‘Detective Laine, I have three children, a wonderful husband and my work,’ she said. ’ I asked. ‘It was a year ago. Oh, I can’t say who it was,’ she said. ‘It happened at night and I didn’t see his face. But I’m sure it was because of all this. These are dangerous days. ’ Yeah, dangerous days, I thought. I felt my gun under my jacket and left the movie star’s house. 34 35 Chapter 7 A visit to Redridge I drove away from Susan Hunter’s house and back to my hotel.
I waited for more. ‘But,’ she said, ‘it can’t go on like this. The land is not ours. It’s for our children and our grandchildren to enjoy. ’ ‘Yes, it’s lovely,’ I agreed. We looked out of the window. The sun was starting to go down over the Rocky Mountains and the sky was pink and orange. ’ Her voice became very quiet. ‘Look at Redridge,’ she said. ‘Oh yes,’ I said. Redridge was a small town thirty miles away. It was an old silver town. ‘Well,’ she said, ‘three years ago Redridge was a small, quiet town.
And, perhaps best of all, I thought, Eddie Lang was going to prison for a very long time! Yes, life was good. I was in my red Chevy and life was good.