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Chatoyant College Book 13: Chapter 55: Bodies

“Okay,” Dawn said quickly, not wanting Meg to get too upset. She was going to have to process the trauma eventually, but for now they still needed some answers. “What about the cold breeze? Did any of the rest of you feel it?”

“No,” Chandra said, shaking her head. None of the others responded.

“Professor Lal,” Dawn said, turning to her. “You remember the cold spot I noticed in class.”

Professor Lal nodded slowly, her lips pinched together. “You think that was the killer.”

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Chatoyant College Book 13: Chapter 54: Empathy

Dawn felt sick. She was lucky she hadn’t known the two victims—Corrie and Edie must feel even worse, even though they didn’t like Payton and Elena, just for knowing them.

No wonder the four girls from the Circle of the Goddess were just sitting on the chairs, staring into space or crying. They’d just witnessed something incredibly horrific happen to people they cared about and trusted. She wondered whether they even realized they were still sitting there covered in blood.

“Ash and Chandra,” Corrie said. “How does what Meg described match with what you saw? Did you see the teeth?”

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Chatoyant College Book 13: Chapter 53: Meg’s Story

Several more chairs were available, but Dawn didn’t want to sit down. Whether that was because she didn’t think there was any point in trying to relax or because she didn’t want anything in common with the four blood-spattered girls in the chairs, she had no idea. But obviously Corrie and Edie had the same feeling, because neither of them sat down. Dawn nodded at Meg encouragingly. She didn’t think she wanted to hear the story, but she knew she needed to.

“We had our meeting tonight like always,” Meg said. “Payton and Elena said they had an idea. Something we needed to do, that obviously no one else was capable of doing. They wanted to find the killer and bind it.”

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