The Girl Who Lived (22)

Part XXII: Lukewarm Anger

His expression is unreadable.

‘It was my fault your parents left. I told Tim that you’re my daughter, even though I had no way of knowing. Mel really never said, no matter how hard I tried to induce her to make a statement. But I knew Tim was ready to leave, so I lied. I thought he would go alone. When I realised what he was doing, I tried to stop him. He was so angry he punched me.’

I’d like to pull of that enigmatic expression of his. I want to be angry, but I must be too exhausted.

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