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What else can you tell me? I asked, my heart in
Opening my eyes, I dared myself to look him in the face, but
I only saw the stars shining in the window slits.
Daughters of the Witching Hill
by Mary Sharratt. Copyright © 2010 by Mary Sharratt.
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