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The Cult: Part Two: A Jill Hunter Short #9

Jill Hunter knows her case is anything but over after escaping the Logan’s basement.

She tells Tara Steadman, her client, to get out of town until she can recover some concrete evidence. Jill soon discovers that Tara hasn’t gotten out of town, and when Jill sees Tara heading to the Logan’s house with Michelle Logan, she knows she has to act.

She enters the house and makes her way down to the basement. All is not as it seems. Will Jill find a way to escape with her life or is it too late for her?

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The Cult: Part Two is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

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THE FIRST THING I HAD planned to do this morning had been to call Tara and tell her to get herself and Sam out of town for the weekend.

The last thing I had planned on happening was having a huge fight with Rory. I had known of course that he wouldn’t be happy when he learned I had no intention of dropping Tara’s case, and that I fully intended to go back to the Logan’s house. I had expected some resistance. I had expected an argument, but nothing like the one I got.

After I had managed to get caught in the Logan’s basement yesterday and had a gun pointed at me, Rory had made it clear he thought it was too dangerous for me to return. But I couldn’t just walk away. Sam was only two-years-old. How could I walk away knowing he would end up being killed if I did? How did Rory expect me to live with myself if I allowed that to happen?

I’d promised him I wouldn’t lie to him about what I planned to do and I meant it. I had told him this morning that I planned on calling Tara and advising her to take Sam and go to a hotel somewhere far away and not to tell anyone, especially not James and Michelle. He had agreed with that much.

What he hadn’t agreed with was my plan to stake out the Logan’s house tonight. I wanted to see what happened when Tara didn’t go over there as planned. I was pretty sure one or both of them would go over there to see if they could find out what was going on. I wanted to see their reaction when they saw that she was gone.

I was hopeful they would jump into their car and attempt to track her down. I intended on going back into their house and finding something I could use to prove they planned on killing Sam or to prove they were involved with Henry Ludlum’s disappearance. There had to be something, some tiny trace of evidence that they had overlooked. I just had to find it.

Maybe they would even have a full-scale meltdown. That was probably way too much to hope for. I don’t think Satanists are in the habit of having tantrums and ending up in the psychiatric ward, but I could hope. It would certainly help me save Sam if they did.

I had calmly explained all of this to Rory. I expected him to try and stop me. I expected him to be worried. What I didn’t expect was