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Extract from Banfield Tales - story no. 2


Extract from 'Killing me Softly' (from Banfield Tales):

...(she) could smell the dampness of the alley. But this was no filmscript. A chink of light further down the passageway illuminated only her hands. Footsteps, coming closer, someone breathing hard.

Then, she was suddenly knocked over. He was pulling at her clothes, on top of her immediately. He struck her hard across the face. She was dazed, but aware...

'Banfield Tales' (collection of short stories) available at amazon.co.uk


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