A Cork O'Connor MysteryBook - 2006
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She had never much considered the other side of love, thinking vaguely that if love were gone, what was left was sadness or perhaps simply emptiness. It surprised her to find there was no emptiness, that many emotions rushed in to fill her heart along with the sadness. Self-pity. Bitterness. Anger. Sometimes even hate. [Ch.8]
We abandoned them [children].... Cats, dogs, we spay or neuter, but people we let procreate with blithe abandon, people who have no business bringing children into this world. When those kids become desperate we don't see them, don't hear them. As long as they're not haunting our block, staring hopelessly into our windows, we can pretend they don't exist or worse, that whatever horror they deal with they've brought on themselves. They're not our children. They're not even like our children. [Ch.43]
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