#43 Thursday June 21st
Chester is in his office. He picks up the phone and dials Anna at the McGregor estate.
Chester: Hey, Anna, I'm glad I caught you.
Anna: Chester, what can I do for you?
Chester: Yvette rushed off to London last night, she said something about a business emergency with some investor. I'm sure she's there by now, but she hasn't contacted me, have you heard from her?
Anna: What business emergency?
Chester: All I know is that Yvette got a call last night and said she had to leave right away.
Anna: There weren't any problems last night, if there were, I would have known.
Chester: Well, then none of this makes any since, why would she lie about something like that?
Anna: I have no idea, do you know who called her?
Chester: It was some woman who said she needed to speak with Yvette urgently.
Anna: It's obvious she's up to something she doesn't want anyone to know about.
Chester: I don't know, but I'm getting really concerned.
Anna: If she calls you let me know.
Chester: I will
Anna hangs up.
Anna: Yvette, what are you up too?
Meanwhile, at an Inn in Montreal, Cassandra and Yvette come in the front door and go to the front desk.
Desk Clerk: How can I help you?
Cassandra: I'm looking for a man who may have stayed here a couple of weeks ago, his name is George Lightner.
Desk Clerk: We don't give out information about our patrons.
Cassandra: Oh, but it's very important that I find him, I'm his aunt.
Desk Clerk: I'm sorry, I can't disclose any information.
Cassandra: Perhaps, I have something here that will loosen your tongue.
Cassandra opens her purse and pulls out a hundred dollar bill.
Desk Clerk: Perhaps I could be of some assistance.
Cassandra: Thank you, dear. I figured you'd see it my way.
Desk Clerk: He stayed for about a week and that's all I know.
Cassandra: Well, thanks a lot. That wasn't worth a dollar
Cassandra puts the bill back into her purse.
Yvette pulls Cassandra aside.
Yvette: So this is the all you had to go on?
Cassandra: I'm positive he's somewhere here in this city.
Yvette: He better be, because I didn't agree to go on a wild goose chase.
Cassandra: Don't worry, we'll find him. He's done this before and I've always tracked him down.
Cassandra's phone buzzes, she opens it and sees a text message.
Cassandra: Oh, a text message.
The message reads "Know you are in town, will meet you soon"
Cassandra: It's from George, he knows we are here.
Yvette: Well does it say where he's at?
Cassandra: No, just says he'll meet me soon.
Yvette: It's a start.
Back in Novi, DA Mike Smith enters his darkened house, when he switches on the light, B.P. is sitting in a chair in the living room.
Mike: How the heck did you get in my house?
B.P.: I let myself in.
Mike: I should have never got caught up in this with you.
B.P.: Well, I think it's rather pointless to second guess now. About these charges against Cody Donahue, I wasn't pleased to head about you dropping the case.
Mike: I didn't have much of a choice, the person who bought the gun didn't match Donahue's description.
B.P.: You had better find a way to make those charges stick or there is going to be hell to pay.
Mike: It's too late, I already dropped the case.
B.P.: That wasn't smart, Mr. Smith.
B.P. grabs Mike by the throat.
Mike: I don't want to be a part of this anymore, I'll give you back every cent you gave me.
B.P.: I paid for you to do a job and I expected to get done.
Mike: I can't do anything else now.
B.P.: I guess the old saying "If you want something done right, do it yourself" is true.
B.P. lets Mike go, B.P. leaves.