By L. Lee Lowe
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The whole neighbourhood snickered about Molly Litchfield's tantrums. Even at school there'd been remarks, that dumbfuck Kathleen Slade, for one. Š. Laura shut and locked her bedroom door, but the yelling penetrated the solid wood penetrated her skull penetrated. She went to the window and looked out over her dad's tidy garden, then leaned her forehead against the cool pane. How could he put up with it? Maybe her mum was right after all – weak, she called him. Though sometimes lately, Laura had caught the flicker of a faint red flame in his pupils, extinguished as quickly as a match struck against the wind.
Her voice was beginning its familiar climb. 'It's your attitude. Look at all those younger men who've been promoted over your head. Huang. Chisholm. Even Botha, of all people, though everybody knows it's only because his father-in-law—' Laura pushed back her chair. 'No pudding for me, thanks. ' Max shot her a dirty look, but he'd be finished and off with his mates to the pitch before Mum really let loose. 'Just a minute,' her mum said. ' 'School,' Laura said. 'Not that late. ' Careful not to overdo the wide-eyed innocence, Laura merely shrugged.
We'll take whatever we can. ' Chloe is becoming restive. ' Lev gives Zach an indulgent shrug as she heads for the kitchen; there's no accounting for sense of humour. 'Killing a polar bear takes exceptional skill. ' Zach asks once they're alone. ' 'Have you forgotten that I could have left you in the snowstorm to freeze? ' A test of some sort? Zach meets, measures, matches the daredevil in Lev's eyes. 'There are no firearms. So what will you use instead? ' Lev gives the first laugh Zach has heard from him, a rough snort like an animal's—a polar bear's chuff.
Corvus by L. Lee Lowe