By Christopher Golden
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Mr. Barker's attic had floor-boards, so the going was relatively easy. The old bachelor didn't have much stuff to store, it seemed; there were a cou-ple of taped-up boxes tucked into one corner and an open box of books slowly swelling with damp. Mustiness perme-ated the attic, and she wondered why he'd shoved the box up here. She hadn't seen a bookcase anywhere downstairs. There were rumors that Mr. Barker's wife had left him ten years ago, so perhaps these books held too many ghosts for him to live with.
We stay calm and proceed," the woman said. The same voice; the same coldness. " "She's more than that," Mort said. "Shush! Never in public! " The Uncle sighed. "So, is she definitely... " He trailed off, as though there was something he did not want to say. "Of course," the woman said. " The two fell silent again, their presence suddenly filling the house. Jazz lay there, turning over what they had said. I saw to it myself, the woman had said. Saw to what? "I'm going downstairs," the man said at last.
To be safe. The blood on the bed and floor could so easily have been her own, and if she slowed down it still might be, though now it would spill on the concrete stairs or tiled floor of the Tube station. She hit the bottom of the stairs and sidestepped a bickering middle-aged couple with three tagalong children who huddled close to their parents, afraid of the world. Wise little ones, Jazz thought. In her pocket she had a crumpled wad of notes —little more than forty pounds, she guessed—and her rail pass.
Mind the Gap: A Novel of the Hidden Cities by Christopher Golden