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DID YOU DO IT? DID YOU KILL THEM?
I did what I had to do to come out on top. If you're referring to the fire, then yes I did.
This meeting was no coincidence, but what should I do now that I know he had something to do with it? What would my mom want me to do?
The last thing that she found was a letter addressed to her from her mother. Suddenly, all her doubts her doubts faded as she read words of reassurance and love her mom would no longer be able to give her.
With this confession, Diana finally took charge of her own life and called the police, turning him while simultaneously clearing her future of everything that was holding her back. She could now live without the fear of her remaining family being in danger because of the person who had already caused so much negativity in her life. Diana now had the chance to move on and be happy.
Diana rushed out of the office as soon as she could and returned to her own work space. Several thoughts raced through her head as she struggled to understand the motives of Mr.Lincoln. Despite uncertainty she felt, one thing was clear her boss had information on her mother's death and seemed dangerous and unstable enough to be the reason behind it.
Diana slowly came to the conclusion that John Lincoln was the man behind the fire that had ruined her life. With the impending fear of getting caught, she searched through the file cabinets in her boss's office figuring that the only way to be sure was to find proof. In this cabinet she found multiple document regarding her mom, her plans for the company, and most important Lincoln's scheme to stop her from ever being able to as she wished.
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