The Piper 58 (getting close to the end). — Read After Burnout


Laura parked Brian on a street that was unnaturally quiet. It was one of those that ran adjacent to the school and would, on a normal school day, be filled with cars dropping off children for their accepted hours of education. This morning, it was deserted. “Mum I know what you’re going to say to […]

via The Piper 58 (getting close to the end). — Read After Burnout

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