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Sadie ended the call and put her phone in her coat pocket before pulling the collar up as a stiff wind came at her from the north. It had been nice weather when she and Pete arrived in Boston, but it had gotten colder every day since. Despite the temperatures, however, she loved autumn, loved New England, and was glad to be out of Garrison, Colorado, for a little while. Things had been changing for her over the last year, ever since the discovery of her neighbor's body in the field behind her house, and whereas she once felt perfectly accepted and comfortable in her small town, she now felt as though she were growing out of it. Most of her investigative work was from Fort Collins, an hour west of Garrison, but she'd even had a couple from Denver hire her; her world was so much bigger than it used to be.
She let out a breath and wondered where life would take her next. It wasn't that she regretted the changes--she'd always been open to adventure--but she missed the easy comfort she used to feel living in Garrison. It wasn't fair to give other people all the blame, though; she knew she approached them differently too, unsure what gossip they had heard or what decisions they'd made about her.