Shadows Of Guta (Excerpt 337) Deliberate
Klara stares up at Stephen again and her face is almost evil in appearance. Shadows cover over the deep crevice like wrinkles around her mouth and eyes and her face is sunken like a body in a crypt. This odd look sends shivers through Stephen’s body as he makes eye contact with her and then immediately looks away.
“You should collect your things and leave the manor behind. However, be sure to bring the key to the dwelling to me.” She insists as she pulls the cup and saucer to her. “Ah, but the leaves state you will not, they indicate you will stay. . . yes, yes.” She says in a whisper as she bobs her head up and down. “But you will wish you had not stayed.” She states in a very low deliberate tone.
“I think it’s time for me to go.” Stephen says abruptly.
He walks toward the dark curtains hanging across the doorway, pushing them aside with his hand as he maneuvers through the clutter sitting around the main room of the shop. Despite the narrow walking space, he very quickly he makes his way to the shop door.
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