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Author:Delilah Des Anges [Des Anges, Delilah]

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Published: 2012-01-23T23:00:00+00:00

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The Other Daughter by Delilah Des Anges

Somehow she didn’t find the idea of taking a shower in the farmhouse appealing, crypt-smell or no crypt-smell.

A little while later a thud and a shuff-shuff-shuff past her door allowed her to exhale a little; Polly checked the furniture she’d shoved against the door and found that while the chair had definitely moved, scuffing the accumulated dirt on the floor into grooves, her secondthought barrier hadn’t budged. She hauled it awkwardly out of the way, her leg protesting painfully as she wrenched the chest of drawers backwards, the gouge in her stomach as silent and painless and itchless as it had been almost since its infliction.

There was another thump and a slightly swifter shuffle, and Polly deemed it time to escape the room. She hauled her sneakers back onto her bare, unsocked, feet and crashed through the door, tipping over the damn rotten chair rather than moving it properly. It was tempting to stand in the threshold and spit “I shall never come here again” back into the room, but she didn’t want to tempt fate like that. Polly glanced at the poster above her bed, muttered, “God,” under her breath and hobbled down the stairs.

 

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Author:Delilah Des Anges [Des Anges, Delilah] , Date: June 22, 2019

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Author:Delilah Des Anges [Des Anges, Delilah]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: House of D Publications

Published: 2012-01-23T23:00:00+00:00
Somehow she didn’t find the idea of taking a shower in the farmhouse appealing, crypt-smell or no crypt-smell.

A little while later a thud and a shuff-shuff-shuff past her door allowed her to exhale a little; Polly checked the furniture she’d shoved against the door and found that while the chair had definitely moved, scuffing the accumulated dirt on the floor into grooves, her secondthought barrier hadn’t budged. She hauled it awkwardly out of the way, her leg protesting painfully as she wrenched the chest of drawers backwards, the gouge in her stomach as silent and painless and itchless as it had been almost since its infliction.

There was another thump and a slightly swifter shuffle, and Polly deemed it time to escape the room. She hauled her sneakers back onto her bare, unsocked, feet and crashed through the door, tipping over the damn rotten chair rather than moving it properly. It was tempting to stand in the threshold and spit “I shall never come here again” back into the room, but she didn’t want to tempt fate like that. Polly glanced at the poster above her bed, muttered, “God,” under her breath and hobbled down the stairs.

Lucius greeted her with a depthless smile and went right on banging around with pans that not even her extremely lax standards of kitchen hygiene would allow her to consider suitable for cooking with. Polly made a face and swung herself around into the room with one hand on the doorjamb.

“Breakfast?”

“Huh-uh.” Lucius flicked a lump of something black and mercifully unidentified out of the frying pan in his hand with the end of a knife. His face was the sunny smile of 1950s commercial housewife, his hands scrubbed red-raw with cheap soap. The filthy pan in his hands threw the image horribly askew. “Do you still take your eggs sunny-side up?”

“No,” Polly frowned, glancing at Rafael, propped silent in his favoured seat by the kitchen table, the seat Jenny had bled over the night before. There was a dark, sticky spot on the floor beneath it, already absorbing the ambient dust and turning itself fuzzy. “I still – still – don’t eat them because they’re disgusting, Lucius.”

“Oh, yes.” Lucius didn’t look particularly put out by her tone, and Rafael didn’t look up at all. Lucius went back to clanging aimlessly with the stove, a solitary blue ring of flame groping at the air and clutching for his shirt-sleeves, a stack of miscellaneous offal and incongruously gleaming chicken eggs lying on the bare slate kitchen surface beside it.

Polly lowered herself gingerly onto the chair opposite Rafael’s. He was staring through the table, either lost in thought or just plain lost, his rats’ nest hair even more untamed, his hands in his lap and his shoulders hunched.

“Where’s Jenny?” Polly asked, ducking her head to try and catch his eye.

“She’s in bed,” Lucius answered, plonking a pan on the ring of fire with an uncharacteristic flourish. “I’m gonna – Rafael said to – I’m gonna…”

Polly peered at Rafael, but there was no indication he’d heard his name being mentioned at all.

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