Misled by Tony Ginyard
Excerpt from Chapter III – “Enlightenment”:
Pamela pulled into the underground garage of the Turner, Martin, and Phelps building and parked as close to the elevators as possible. After getting out and locking the car, she entered the elevator and hit the button for the twenty-sixth floor.
Upon reaching the floor, she exited the elevator and was greeted immediately by Dean Holmes, who was dressed smartly in a charcoal-gray pinstriped suit. He had on a crisp white shirt, a burgundy tie, and matching shoes and burgundy belt.
“Pam! Great, you made it! Let’s go into my office. No one else has arrived into work yet, but I want to make sure we have our privacy.”
As Dean used his ID tag to open the double glass doors leading to the lobby and various offices, Pamela followed him. Walking past the huge oak reception desk with a three-inch thick glass top, Pamela couldn’t help but notice the thick plush caramel-colored carpeting and the beige walls with large framed cityscape photographs upon them. Most of them were in color, but a few were rendered in black and white.