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Perfect time

By orionsshiningstar

Drama / Romance

Chapter 1

Disclaimer: I do not own Rizzoli & Isles. They belong to TNT and all the writers. The cover photo is also not mine, I found it on internet.

Also, English is not my language so they are out to be some grammar mistakes, but please just forget about them : )

So this is first chapter-

15th of May 1993.

Jane Rizzoli was typical Italian. She had long black hair, dark eyes and well toned body. Oh, and she had bad, very bad temper. So when her younger brother came home that afternoon with few bruised ribs and cut above his eye, she decided to go find a guy who did that to him and teach him a lesion. That punk was in her school and was her age, which meant Frankie was 4 years younger than him. She was beyond angry, she was furious while she was walking streets in hope to find that bastard. And then her luck turned, she spotted him crossing the road. He was at least 150 feet. She started sprinting as soon as she saw him, turning into an alley after him. She couldn't see him anymore, but thankfully she saw the doors of a building closing. She went inside and heard yell. She knew very well not to get in the middle of a fight, but she still wanted to see what was happening. Crunching behind some boxes she got a perfect view of all people in the room. That idiot Matt was standing on one side of room and three vicious looking man were standing opposite to him.

''Did you find what we need?'' the man in the middle asked

''No, I will find it. I swear, I just...need little more time.'' answered Matt

''3 months were too short for you?''

''No, I'm on right trace now. I'll find it in few days, I promise.''

''Do you think I am an idiot? You had 3 months and that was not enough and you know what? I'm done waiting.'' finishing his sentence he gave a nod to a man standing next to him and he grabbed Matt before he could ran away. Matt tried to struggle but the man was much stronger and he had no chance to survive when second man came to him and stabbed him in heart.

Seeing this, Jane put her hand over her mouth trying not to let go of that shriek that was trying to get out of her throat. She hid behind boxes and brought her knees against her chest hoping that they wouldn't see her. And they didn't, three man went out of a building and disappeared out of Jane's sight. After 15 minutes sitting on cold floor she decided to run to police.

She ran and ran and then finally stopped in front of a Police department. Still not sure this was her best option. A cop came to her

''Hey kid, you okay?'' asked a man in his mid 30s maybe

''No, no I'm not. I need to speak with policeman or a detective.'' she decided this was her best shoot

''I'm detective, what happened?''

''I saw a murder. In a abandoned building few blocks away.''

''Jesus kid, c'mon. Inside with you.''

Detective led her through corridors and into a room in which were few other man sitting.

''George, we may have a case.'' said detective leading Jane

''Maybe? Man are you deaf? I just came in here telling you I saw a murder and you may thing you have a case?'' Jane said loudly

''Ok, ok take it easy kid. When and where.'' asked detective

''South End, old building for workers. I don't know the street, but that building will be demolished soon.''

'' There are 3 buildings for demolition. Which one?''

''I said I don't know, I don't live here. I was looking for Matt because he kicked my little brother and I wanted to kick him. It was the building opposite of small 24/7 store.''

''Yeah I know where that is. Detective Korsak and I will look into this and then come here. You are not allowed to go anywhere, do you understand?''

''Yes sir.''

An hour later Jane was still sitting at her chair. Lot of people, lots of stories and not really pleasant ones. She talked with two detectives while she was sitting, they saw she was in shock and knew that it will be easier to talk with calmer person than one who completely shocked when the time for interrogation comes. Detective Korsak and other one named George came in room and went to Jane

''You are coming with us. We need to take a statement.'' They took her to interrogation room.

''Kid, do you want something to drink?'' asked detective named George. George was a man in his 50s with kind eyes and reassuring face. Other detective, Korsak was still young, he was fit and looked sharp.

''Yeah, have any water?''

''Sure thing.'' said George, turned around and took some water from a table nearby

''I'm detective Clark and this is my partner detective Korsak. Now I would like to hear what happened today.''

''I have a younger brother Frankie and he came home today bruised. Matt hit him few times and yelled at him. He was just walking through park, he doesn't even know Matt.''

''Matt Evans? The victim?'' asked Korsak

''Yes, that Matt. I knew he lived here somewhere so I took subway and went to find him. I looked for him for about 30 minutes and then saw him. I ran after him but he was pretty far away and when I got into street he went, he wasn't there. I saw door closing and went to inside. I went through 2 corridors and then I heard yell. I walked through one more corridor and saw them in the room. I saw boxes and hid behind them.'' Jane said

''So, who was in the room?'' asked Clark

''Matt and 3 guys I never saw in my life.''

''Did they had anything special, like tattoos? What were they wearing?'' asked Korsak

''The man in the middle was the boss because he was only talking, 2 guys beside him were much bigger and they killed Matt. They had black leather jackets and they had tattoos, they had a bird on their wrists.''

''Could you identify them?''

''Yes. Yes I would.''

''I'll get the book.'' said Korsak getting up, but before he maneged to get to the doors Jane stopped him :

'' Detective Korsak, can you call my mom?''

''Sure thing kid.''

After 30 minutes of looking in 'book', she identifed them. They were a part of a mob, a part of Donegal family.

Jane went back to 'detective room' as she called it. And then she heard that voice

''JANE RIZZOLI! What did I do wrong in my life? Why am I being called to a police station? What did you do?'' Angela Rizzoli yelled at her daughter

''Ma! I didn't do anything, I swear. It's not my fault.'' Before Angela could say anything she was cut off by Korsak

''Mrs. Rizzoli, your daughter didn't do anything, trust me. And now I need you both to follow me and Detective Clark in lieutenant's Adams office.''

Angela gave her daughter 'the look' but went after Korsak in office.

''Good evening Mrs. Rizzoli, Jane.'' greeted lieutenant Adams

''Good evening lieutenant.'' Angela said

''I know you wonder why you are here Mrs. Rizzoli. And we need to skip to the point. Jane witnessed a murder today and she identified killers. She is in grave danger.''

''What?''

''She will be alright I promise, but during investigation she will be hidden. I will talk with a friend of mine and I hope he will be able to keep watch over Jane.''

''But, you can not take away my daughter.''

''Mrs. Rizzoli, if they find out who she is, she will be killed immediatley.''

''Oh my God'' shrieked Angela and sat down as her knees failed her

''Mom, I'm sorry. I promise I'll be okay. They'll keep me safe.''

Hope you liked it : ) R&R

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