Short Story No.28 Jacob

Jacob had an honourable business he sold for a few thousand which he used in whatever way he deemed fit over time, living in a council house he had done up with new interiors and decor. The drawers were full of classic titles in literature, movies and a wardrobe of casual suits, depending on whatever way he wanted to play his cards on particular days. Besides this, his rooms were spacious, clean and neat. Lionel felt it was an ambient space although rather quite discreet living quarters, that was larger than it first appeared from outer appearances.

His friends would come around to his house to discuss plans for the weekend,

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Author: The Eaghams

Singer Songwriter. Poet. Writer.

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