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  • A knot crowded his throat so he couldn't tell her how much he loved her, although that was all he wanted to do.
    Chapter 38 (63% in)
  • Discarding any adolescent fantasy of a whirlwind romance with Jessica Alba, he'd entertained a life with Betty who, although neither pretty nor rich enough to afford braces, had a good heart and, more important, had opened that heart to him.
    Chapter 1 (44% in)
  • Although not directly responsible for the investigation, Mort Kracker's oversight of the case wouldn't be dismissed.
    Chapter 4 (8% in)
  • Although the motivation wasn't clear, Ricki had been the first to suggest that they were looking at a twisted kind of crucifixion taken from the Roman tradition of breaking the bones of those they crucified to speed their death.
    Chapter 4 (52% in)
  • Gangly, she called herself, and although Bethany always shut up her rants of self-pity, she didn't disagree.
    Chapter 11 (1% in)
  • He occupied the place of savior, but he'd failed miserably as savior and, although he wasn't a terrible person, he wasn't what he stood for, not at all.
    Chapter 11 (36% in)
  • Apparently Burt Welsh owed his election as district attorney in large part to his success in prosecuting Phil Switzer, aka BoneMan, who had allegedly killed seven young women by breaking their bones without breaking skin, although he had been convicted on only one count of homicide.
    Chapter 12 (58% in)
  • Although they'd conducted a full investigation of Linda Owens's murder, the interviews had come to a screeching halt when the lab had matched the blood sample found in Linda Owens's hair to their primary suspect at the time, Phil Switzer.
    Chapter 13 (4% in)
  • Two Months Later HE WENT BY the name Alvin Finch, not because that was his real name, although it was, but because he went by the name Alvin Finch.
    Chapter 14 (1% in)
  • Although none was qualified any longer, he enjoyed their stares and he now considered removing his shirt.
    Chapter 14 (53% in)
  • The living room was dark although it was day outside the apartment.
    Chapter 14 (66% in)
  • Mothers because he hated his own mother who'd made him the way he was and although he cherished himself he also hated himself.
    Chapter 14 (71% in)
  • It took Alvin nearly three hours to fight his way through traffic and reach the H-E-B on Highway 71 and Bee Cave Road, but he'd allowed for any such delay, so although he found the crowded roads to his disliking, he was able to make the trip without too much frustration.
    Chapter 16 (8% in)
  • That with each mile the Taurus rolled west, his daughter drew closer, although he felt sure he was leaving her behind, hidden in a hole somewhere.
    Chapter 22 (54% in)
  • He'd devoted himself to providing for his wife and child, and she'd devoted herself to mothering, and although they'd both failed a thousand times, they still belonged on the same journey they'd sworn to take together eighteen years ago.
    Chapter 28 (37% in)
  • And although Bethany's hands trembled in her lap, she had every intention of treating him with as much respect as she would show any other doctor.
    Chapter 29 (6% in)
  • Although his was often a tortured existence, there were some fringe benefits that came along with being Satan.
    Chapter 32 (30% in)
  • And although Bethany was fearful of him, she was also very aware of his power to save her, and as the hours slogged by she found herself wishing he would return.
    Chapter 33 (19% in)
  • And although BoneMan knew how to hate with more passion than most men, real love would confuse him.
    Chapter 35 (45% in)

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