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Quill and Parchment Ravenswood Cadavre entered the coffee shop and looked around. The restaurant had free wi-fi and most people brought in their own laptops, but there were a few public-use computers set up along one wall. Pulling out his wallet, he walked up to the register.
The girl behind the counter smiled when she saw him. "Hey. How're you doing?"
Her name was Melody and he had learned she was the owner's daughter. "I'm okay. How about you? Large coffee, please."
She began to make the drink. "You always seem to get here around this time."
The detective looked at his watch: 10:05. "I try to time it so I miss the morning crowd."
"At least you order something. We have a few people who come in to use the computers and don't even buy anything."
Turning to face the room at large, he spoke in a loud, booming voice. "They use the computers for free and don't buy anything? How rude!" H
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