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Peeking into the spare bedroom at the cat, all thoughts of her sister faded away. Moving slowly to the big carton, careful not to spook her new boarder, Molly stretched out on the ﬂoor and petted him. She thought about the kitten she once had when she was a child. She’d loved the little gray with brown stripes and had named it Tiger. When her mother became allergic and they’d had to give it away, she’d cried for days. Listening to the loud purring, she smiled. ” Q 6 W Molly fumbled for the ringing telephone and looked at the clock beside her bed.
Knowing Trudy traveled frequently for shows, out of town clients, and buying trips, she assumed she took them along to make bad hair days fun. Stepping in closer to move a wig back from the edge of the shelf, her foot hit a suitcase on the ﬂoor under Trudy’s jackets. She bent down to move it and was surprised at its weight. Pushing it aside, she noted a smaller one behind it, and found it just as heavy. Staring at the 34 Elaine Flinn packed suitcases, Molly pondered whether to open them. Dismissing them as irrelevant, she checked her watch and realized she’d been there over two hours.
Showing Emma the ﬁne seams, she added, “And the English preferred to sand and polish the surface, while the French didn’t. It was very expensive to work with because the skin had to be treated almost immediately or it would rot. Since it’s so durable, many pieces have survived. ” “It’s from the Turkish saghri. ” After thinking that over, she said, “Do you ever wonder who used to own these things? ” Before Molly could answer, Emma turned back to the photo. “If they were happy people? ” The wistful tone of Emma’s questions were not lost on Molly.