Benevolence chapter 5

Before Angus stood the most effervescent woman he’d ever seen. Without a word she burst into his kitchen and grabbed a clean plate, scraped up half of his ravoli and sat at his table.

“Come, sit,” she said, smiling.

Two constables met Angus at the door.

“Good evening. Are we interrupting?” asked the first officer.

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One Response to Benevolence chapter 5

  1. jenniferneri says:

    I just re-read the five you have up here.
    Begins sad, but then…kind of reminds me of Wanted with James McAvoy, or am I way off?

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