By Cheryl Owen
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He had a knife. He would have killed me—oh, Jesus, he was going to kill me. Theo . . ” “Where’s Anna now? ” “In your ofﬁce. Asleep. ” “She’s not here. You hear me, Esther? ” “I’d prefer it if you both spoke German, sir,” Schmidt said. ” “My secretary, Esther Solomonova. It was a break-in. ” Reluctantly, Potrovskov allowed himself to be led away by Willi. The woman’s eyes followed him. God, she’s lovely, Schmidt thought. Then she turned toward him, and he saw the other side of her face. The worst thing about it was that she didn’t mind if he ﬂinched—which he didn’t; he’d seen worse in the war.
It was that important to him; she’d become his right hand, but for this he was prepared to cut it off. She met his gaze. “I’ll manage. ” And wondered where the hell she’d ﬁnd him. “Maybe,” he said. Then he changed gear. He’s going to tell me I owe him, she thought. “You owe me, Esther,” he said. And she did. A Russian émigré, a Jewish Russian émigré, a disﬁgured Jewish Russian émigré didn’t rate high in the endless unemployment lines of a Germany with galloping inﬂation. She was only on dry land now because she’d clung to his back.
We’re the police, sir. I’m Inspector Schmidt. ” “Can’t you use a street phone? He’s my bouncer. I look after him. ” Schmidt walked to where the bouncer was sliding down the wall onto the pavement. He was in shirtsleeves, and blood was seeping heavily out of a stab wound in his left arm. Schmidt knelt down, feeling in his top pocket for the crisp white handkerchief that Hannelore put into it every morning and applied it to the wound. “You’ll be all right, my son. It didn’t touch the artery. We’re going to get you to the hospital.
101 Sparkling Necklaces by Cheryl Owen