Inheritance by Megan Choritz

I hate him on sight. I hate the smell that emanates from him when he opens the door and steps aside. I hate his tiny, pretentious round glasses, and his clean and perfectly shaped fingernails as he waves us in. I hate his voice, “You must be Marsha, and you Tom, and hello there Arthur.”...

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