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            Jarod had found himself arrogant. In his quarrel with Rachel, suddenly he found himself refusing to believe that a different view of the case could be correct. He was the Pretender, and he alone knew how to really get inside a criminal’s head. Rachel’s opinion was simply…wrong. That was how it had always been. And he had allowed it to make him arrogant. Him, Jarod, who had always cared about other people, really cared about how they felt and what they thought.

            It was only after he came to his senses that he realized they could both be right.












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