The Holy End

The Holy End
Giles did not take offence easily, and if someone did happen to annoy him, he raised his eyebrows and cut them dead afterwards. He did not forgive them, and if the opportunity arose he would cheat them with a smile, but he did not go out of his way to persecute them either. There was no profit in it.

 

The August Broadsheet Story is The Holy End by Martin Cooper.

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