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Carl Bloom had only met David Maloney once and that was a long time after he had originally set out to kill him It was June in Melbourne and this years winter was particularly bitter The icy air permeated into Carls suburban Townhouse where he lay in bed shiveringhugging his knees Carls wife Serah Bloom-taylor had left him a month ago he had suspected that she was having an affair but never acted on his feelings It was little things that Carl noticed that fed his incecuttys like when she bought a silk black dress one afternoon and hid the price tag from himIf you dont like the dress why should you like the price he had walked in on her as she was trying it on in the bathroom she looked genuinely shocked to see him Her dark hair was tied back exposing her soft white neckI never said I hated it Serah I was just curious for God sake he watched as her arm creped up to her stomach there was a small mound showing the onset of midle age you look good blacks always done you wondersHer eyes lit up momentarily And what is that supposed to mean she turned to the mirror and started franticly brushing a peach foundation on her faceshe looked at him through the mirror as she spokeever since the wedding your sly comments have been fucking shitting me up the wall Carlall I want to do Is feel good about my self and every time I start feeling ok your right there cutting me downMe Im cutting you down I cant even go to the bathroom with out getting in to a fight about nothing for fucks sake-If you think its about nothing then Im worried were fine serahshe screwed the lid on her foundation and turned around her eyes were parcelling in the down lights Stop telling me to fuck off all the time Carl
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