Slaying Isidore’s Dragons- deleted scene!!

Dianne Hartsock


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In the original version of the book, Isidore had a sister. Cody Kennedy talks about her removal from the book in his post today. This omitted scene is when Isidore learns about Marie (he didn’t know he had a sister).

“Thank you for your willingness to hear us out, Madam Ambassador de Quirke,” Detective Bowman said formally.

“Listening costs nothing. Agreeing is another matter,” she said with a strained smile.

Declan saw dark circles under her usually bright eyes and her skin was paler than usual. You know what they’re going to ask you, don’t you, Mum? Of course you do.

“Let’s hear it,” Sorcha said as lightly as her exhaustion would allow.

Detective Bowman cleared his throat and began. “As you know, Bobby has isolated a person of interest in our cases. I say cases because this person appears in multiple photographs involving…

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