The Vacation A novel

David Lang is spending his long-awaited vacation in Hawaii when someone is killed in a resort that he's staying in. When he meets several tourists on the Island, he attempts to survive before the killer strikes again.

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2. Hawaii-Part Two

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Lisa Sanders flicked on the lights. She had moved to Hawaii a year ago because work had dried up in Australia. She glanced at the bed. Suddenly she heard the sound of knocking on her door. It was Liza Jansen. "I was worried about you", she said. Lisa smiled. "I wanted to swim. Is there anything wrong?", she asked her. "Yes, there's a killer on the loose. Three girls have been attacked in Hawaii. The media have been quiet about it because they don't want a mass panic". Lisa shrugged. "So, what now?", Lisa asked her. "Now, we can have dinner", Liza answered her. Lisa smiled. "Let's go before the Dining Room is full". And, as she grabbed her keys, they walked along the hallway, and went downstairs.

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David looked at the clear blue sky. "If it rains, we can go to my room. Maybe we can watch a movie", he said. "What one?", Marie asked him. "​Murder on the Orient Express​, the 1974 version", he answered. She smiled, and they watched the movie together.

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​The killer watched everyone. He wore the same hood on his face. He breathed heavily. Hawaii was the perfect place to commit murder. The island was dominated by tourists; all kinds of tourists. He took the hood off; he put it in an old nineteen seventies trunk. He breathed again. Then he locked it, and lugged it towards his room. Once he did so, he placed it near his feet. Then he opened the door with a key to room 54, and dragged the trunk inside. He locked the door...then felt hungry. He sighed, then he opened the door, and gripped the key in his right hand. Then he locked up, and walked downstairs to have dinner.

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"I'm scared, Liza", Lisa said.

"There's nothing to be afraid of", Liza stated. She saw the pretty waitress walking towards them. "What do you two ladies want?", she asked them. "Seafood marinara, and coffee please", Lisa answered her. "And I'll have the steak that's well done. And a coffee, too". The waitress wrote everything down on a piece of white paper with a gold pen. Then she smiled, and attended to other guests. Lisa added. "I saw Bryan Clements last week. He was bothering me". Liza shook her head. "Brian's in New York. At least, I think so". Lisa stared at her. "No. He's in Montreal, Canada, seeing the sights". Liza sighed. "He wanted to date you. But you turned him down". Lisa nodded. "He didn't like me seeing other men. He was jealous". Lisa shivered. She got up from table number 6, and paid for their meals and drinks. Then she headed towards the table...and they waited for their dinner to arrive.

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