Josh had waited a week before attempting to contact Rosemaria, but by then, it was too late. He got nothing out of Larry except that she had decided to retire from the force a few weeks earlier than she had planned, and why didn’t he just leave her the hell alone? Finally, after a week of begging, Kowalski took pity on him and told him he’d ask Rosemaria’s father to give him a call. Kowalski wouldn’t say where she had gone, only that she was with Mr. Baker, skiing up in the mountains somewhere. Kowalski took down Josh’s cell phone number and assured him he would try to get him to call.
Josh had no choice to but to be patient and wait, work at the zoo and spend time with Noor. He had his musical that he probably would be working on from now until doomsday unless Ken’s old friend came through for him. Ken had told him he should be ready to come in with something in case the bread people decided they liked him after all. Howard’s movie still hadn’t gone into production and his hopes were fading that it ever would. He looked around at the mess on the floor and decided he would finally straighten things out. He got the trash can out of the kitchen and started picking through the pile—what to keep, what to throw away. He picked up a newspaper and glanced at it—definitely trash.
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