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I had a horrible flashback of cremating my guinea pig when I was small and the smell that had filled our garden. I put my hands over my face, feeling sick. ’ I said. ‘What can we do? We can’t hide it and we can’t bury it and we can’t burn it. You’re not going to suggest cutting it up, are you? I can’t, Sonia. ’ In fact, the thought of dying seemed inviting right now, to close my eyes on all this. ‘No, I’m not,’ said Sonia. ’ ‘People do go missing, though,’ I said. ’ ‘Not very often, except in films.

She dropped them from my face to the bruise on my neck. ’ I said. ’ She gave a long, deep sigh, as if she had been holding her breath since she stepped over the threshold. Her voice came out in a soft wail. ’ Neal gave me a smile, which made him look more like the man I remembered from university. We hadn’t seen each other for nearly ten years and even then I hadn’t known him well. He had been a friend of Andy’s and had been hauled in to play bass guitar, reasonably competently. In fact, that was how I used to think of him – as competent, practical.

This is so, so…’ Sonia trailed off. Again, she put a hand over her mouth as if to stop unwanted words spilling out of her. ’ She gestured with her hand, blindly. Her face wrinkled for a moment. ‘I know. ’ My words seemed to fill the room. I realized I was shouting and dropped my voice to a whisper. ’ ‘Know what? ’ She put a hand on my arm. Her fingers pressed painfully into my flesh. ’ ‘Why are you showing me this? Dead. ’ I shrugged. A sudden weariness came over me, so heavy that I almost lay down under the sheer grey mass of it and closed my eyes.

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