"Matt turned back, crossing another path onto the lawn. As they hiked beneath a series of large oak trees, he looked ahead and began to understand where Lane might be leading them. He could see the flowers and battery powered candles and notes and photographs set on the grass before the tree on the very end. It was a memorial, sacred ground—someone had died here.
Lane slowed to a stop as they reached the tree, and Matt followed his gaze to a photograph stapled to the bark.
It was a young woman, a brunette with bangs and gray eyes ... She had a certain way about her, a certain look that vaguely reminded him of a friend’s younger sister back in Jersey. Maybe it was her bangs, or just the clean feel of her smile the moment the shot was snapped."
– Robert Ellis, CITY OF ECHOES
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