Early June | Madeline

Madeline believed the key to longevity was a self-sustaining lifestyle and a healthy distrust of plastic, especially Tupperware.
She was a woman in her forties, big busted, with sandy hair, a sharp face, and kind eyes, whose matter-of-fact tone made me sit up straighter. Continue reading Early June | Madeline



‘Natalie?’ Erica’s call came from the hallway.

Natalie froze.

Keep calm, she told herself. She looked down at the knife in her hand, then to the blood-smeared floor, then to the mess on the table in front of her. Just keep very, very calm. Continue reading Natalie