Fiction | December 01, 2004

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“You made me leave work for this?” Henry asked.  I could tell he was trying not to look at me by how hard he stared at the road, by how his hands gripped the steering wheel where they usually rested, tapping out a tune that I never knew.  I pressed the handkerchief he’d given me against my nose.

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