Benevolence chapter- 16

“Meet me at the funeral home on Main at one AM. If the lights are on, stay away.”

“Why?”

“I need your help. We’re both in danger. You have no idea.”

“Just wait… ”

“This is your stop. Remember, tonight.”

Angus exited and looked down Ottawa street. An unmarked police car sat conspiuously a block away.

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