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Lies untold hung ever in the air between them.

"I thought you'd be home earlier tonight," she might say casually after they settled in to eat honey-baked chicken, facing one another from either side of a bottle of wine.

I worked late. I just worked late. St(more)
The summer sun sank down below the window sill, but not yet below the horizon. It cast the living room in a twilight glow which nobody bothered to disrupt by turning on more lights, because you could still see. Sort of. The electricity was saved for the air conditioning.(more)
They hit the body five feet down. Jeremy's shovel split brain matter but Matt didn't care it was what was in in the back of the head that his fence was interested in so they kept digging. Careful to keep further brain matter away from their bodies.