A Tattoo on the Other Arm by Lander Hawes

  “I’m sorry but your companion must go,” the hotel manager said. Angela was in black and white on the CCTV screen. She was still in the bar, shifting and swivelling on her stool, perhaps wondering why I taking so long. “She is a local prostitute, a street girl. Has she tried to rob you?” “No.” “Then, she is waiting for an opportunity. Please, wait here when I call the security.” In a moment he…

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