Murder At The Country Club (Part 4, page 4 of 5)


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Part 4

The whole family enjoyed each other's company. Misty still hadn't went to court to get her last name changed to Collins. She wasn't sure what was holding it up. The law firm said it wasn't on their end of things. One event that she booked before the club was opened was with the PDL to hold several soccer games.

Storms had tore up the eastern communities soccer fields. It looked like it was coming down to the wire between the community college in town and a community college from Tennesee or Indiana.

‚Äč The Tennessee team checked in around nine in the morning and Misty explained to the head coach that check in time was ten and if they took possesion of the room that early they would have to charge them the four hundred dollars additional but if they would go and eat breakfast in their diningroom first she could go ahead and have the busboys take their luggage up to the third floor and leave them in the alcove by the elevators and then they could pick up their luggage on their way to their rooms. The coach thought check in was at nine.

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