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And so she’d trusted him, like she always had. But he hadn’t beaten them. At the moment when it had mattered, when he thought the vengeance hunt had been abandoned, he’d relaxed. And the bullet meant for him had taken away half her spine. Charlie shook his head, an angry, physical gesture. The recollections of Edith were in the closed, no-entry part of his mind, the place of the deepest guilt. Always came out when he drank too much. Charlie struggled up, moving through the pot-cluttered kitchen, opening cupboards and then the refrigerator, staring disappointedly at the age-wrinkled tomato and some forgotten celery, limp like he would probably have been if the whore hadn’t crossed the road.

But it would be better than getting so pissed by nine o’clock every night that he couldn’t count the bridges on the way home. ‘I’d like to do it,’ he said. ’ said Willoughby. ‘Quite sure,’ said Charlie. ’ ‘Rome,’ said Willoughby. ’ Charlie felt an abrupt stomach emptiness, the sort of sensation that comes when a lift goes down unexpectedly. Seven years, he thought; nearer eight. Diplomatic turnaround averages three years, four at the most. He’d never been attached permanently to any embassy anywhere, just used the facilities passing through.

But it would be better than getting so pissed by nine o’clock every night that he couldn’t count the bridges on the way home. ‘I’d like to do it,’ he said. ’ said Willoughby. ‘Quite sure,’ said Charlie. ’ ‘Rome,’ said Willoughby. ’ Charlie felt an abrupt stomach emptiness, the sort of sensation that comes when a lift goes down unexpectedly. Seven years, he thought; nearer eight. Diplomatic turnaround averages three years, four at the most. He’d never been attached permanently to any embassy anywhere, just used the facilities passing through.

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