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I went to the drawer in my desk to check on the evidence from the barn to make sure it was still there, it was. My hand brushed against the cell phone, dotted with Roberts’s blood. I shivered and pulled it out, going quietly to the bathroom to clean it up. That’s all I need is for them to find Robert’s blood in my room. My head whirled with thoughts.
I sat down at the little desk in my room, stared at the phone, and then started to scroll through the call history.
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