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Amanda Kay Meltzer is Mark Meltzer's estranged wife, and the mother of Cindy Meltzer. She left him when he became obsessed with tracking down the events surrounding Cindy’s disappearance. She had Mark admitted to Tollevue Hospital, and filed for divorce upon his release, stating that Mark “through both deed and neglect, did recklessly endanger the safety and well-being of his spouse and family.” She appears to have given up all hope of finding Cindy, but still shows concern for Mark’s well-being and safety, warning him about Detective Benny Stango. Her personal attorney is Charles Molley.
"Mark, this is Amanda and I’ve got your message… and I don’t know what to tell you. I… I don’t know how you think you’re gonna find her. It’s… I don’t know how else to say it Mark, it’s… it’s delusional. It’s been 7 months, I think we have to face reality. I think we both know… we both know. I got a call from Dr. Lyman the other day. I think you should call him. Goodbye, Mark."
"Mark, I've asked you to stop calling. If it's really that important; yes, I'm pretty sure Cindy had that cipher book you asked her about by Oliver Liddell or whoever, in fact I think you bought it for her. She was all crazy for spy stuff and that was the only code book they had in store. I guess it's pretty popular. And Mark, that detective keeps coming around: Benny Stango. I think he thinks… I don't know what he thinks; he's wrong. But watch your step around that guy, alright?"
- I can't possibly imagine why this is so
- important to you - of anything that
- belonged to Cindy!
- Just do me a favor and live up to
- your promises for once… I want
- this divorce to be over, I can't
- take it anymore.