The Library of Dis

history of violence

He grew more uncomfortable the more he scanned the don’s shelves. It wasn’t the choice of reading material that upset him, it was the unorthodox method of arrangement.
His inner-librarian couldn’t make sense of it, but neither could the inner-academic. The inner-psychologist was keeping his thoughts to himself. (fragments from Oxford Noir)

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