Savage by Richard Laymon
By Richard Laymon
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I’ve lost more than a trifle of sleep over it. But the greater burdens on my soul don’t come from those I killed. They come because I didn’t kill some rascals soon enough. Anyhow, Barnes was still among the breathing. It’d be wrong to polish him off, or so we were both convinced at the time, but I got to worrying about what might befall us if he should wake up. When her lecture ran down, I got off my chair and said, “We’ve got to do something about him, you know? ” We both stared at him. So far, he hadn’t stirred.
He went off hours ago. It’s this horrid Ripper business, you know. ” The news didn’t perk me up. Now, what was I to do? “Mum wants me to fetch him,” I muttered. “That’s quite impossible, really, I should think. ” “Oh, yes. ” Aunt Maggie frowned. ” She said those words very slowly as if speaking to a half-wit. “Yes. I understand. ” “Quite. ” “First thing tomorrow. ” With a tilt of her head, she fixed her eyes on me and squeezed them narrow. Studying me out. Though I tried real hard to look innocent, it didn’t wash.
I saw mere tykes and many youngsters no older than myself. Some just roamed about like stray dogs. Others seemed to be having a good time with their chums, chasing each other and such. Every one of them was barefoot and coatless and dressed in rags. They shouldn’t have been out in the cold and rain, but I figured they must have no place better to go. Some of the grownups wore boots and coats, but plenty didn’t. A lot of the women had shawls pulled over their heads to keep the rain off. There were men in hats with brims pulled down as if they didn’t want anyone to see their faces.