The Long Goodbye 

What happened to Kelsey Anderson?

The clock in the kitchen read 5:05 am, but it was already more than 100 degrees outside — the early summer sun crowding a midday sky over Orofino, Idaho. “I keep the clock set to Guam time — 16 hours ahead…

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