He asks me if I keep a diary still. ‘God no. No. I don’t know why I kept one at all.’ It’d been the child psychologist’s idea. But I’d never tell him that. Dennis shifts the tobacco around the Rizla with his black fingernail. He sprinkles some skunk over the top, his jaw slack. ‘I […]
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