Benevolence- chapter nine

Angus watched from his window as Trudi disappeared into the night. Two men were following a distance behind. He wasn’t sure if she was crazy or brave.

Sitting on the table was the letter from the Benevolence department, reminding him to join an accredited charity. He flipped through a brochure of charities for a match.

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