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Tina Kennard’s Home – A Tuesday Afternoon in May, Philadelphia, PA – 2020
The Kennard Sisters’ Story
“No, no, no. They can’t do this again.” Ashley cried, her voice shrill having read the contents of the enclosed note. Her green eyes filled with icy fury. Frantic, she crumbled the letter she held in her shaking hands. “Christ. Don’t they fucking know how important this is?”
“Let me see the letter.” Tina spoke calmly, trying to keep her tone level and soothing, not wanting to upset her sister any further than she obviously already was. She reached her hand out to take the letter from her sister. “Please.”
Ashley had torn the envelop open once Tina had made it through the front door and entered the living room. Not wanting to wait another minute to read the information inside the envelope.
Tina had rushed home when Ashley had contacted her at work earlier in the afternoon stating that a special delivery letter had been delivered. It was sent by the English pharmaceutical company, the Stonington Institute. Ashley wanted Tina with her before she opened the envelope. Ashley had sounded nervous on the phone when Tina spoke with her. Desperate even. She thought this could finally be the hopeful realization she had dreamed about for months.
So Tina had hurriedly told her advertising business partner, Shane McCutcheon that she was leaving the office due to a family emergency. Tina had quickly gathered her phone, handbag, car keys and drove directly to her house.
Home was a single level modern residence in the outskirts of Philadelphia. A sprawling home with a well-kept garden that Tina and her friends often found themselves enjoying. Tina lived in Narberth, a northwest suburb of the 6th largest city in the country. Philadelphia was an international city with great diversity and history that went back to 1682 when it was founded. The city played a pivotal role in America’s fight for independence in the second part of the 18th century.