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He couldn’t let his fears stop him. He hit the doorbell and waited. In moments, the door opened. “Hello, Brevin,” Ms. Revere said. “Thanks for those lovely flowers. ” “Well,” Brevin said, “when I was in the hospital you sent cards and came to visit me. ” Over coffee in Ms. Revere’s living room, the teacher talked about the incident. “I was shaking like a leaf for days. ” “I felt really bad when I heard what happened to you,” Brevin said. ” Ms. Revere shook her head. “I didn’t think I had any enemies.
I didn’t think I had any enemies. The police searched for clues, but all they came up with was some bright bits of clunky jewelry. And that could have been something that one of the girls lost on 30 Saturday morning,” she said. Brevin stared at the teacher. ” he asked. “Oh, some silly little carved thing that looked like it was made from an avocado pit. I guess it came off a necklace or a bracelet,” Ms. Revere said. Brevin suddenly remembered the soccer scholarship that Lucy had missed out on.
He buried his head in his hands. That was when the wild idea came to him. Why hadn’t he thought of it before? Back in high school, when he was going through hard times, there was one person who always came through for him—Janice Revere. Brevin knew what he had to do. He had to see her. He had to see his former teacher right now. Brevin was shaking as he drove toward Ms. Revere’s apartment. Lots of times she’d invited struggling students there for study sessions. Many a kid graduated because of those Saturday morning drills.
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