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The next morning had been the brightest I had experienced after I arrived in the city. Upon separating the curtains, the bright sunlight quickly sank into the room, burning my pupils only slightly. I had no idea how long I had slept but it had been a long time considering how bright it was. There wasn't a single cloud in the sky, as though the sky itself were telling me that the rest of the day would be a perfect day. Well, I thought as I looked straight up at the blue sky, it'd be a perfect day for anyone but me. I had in mind to call Mary and tell her about the results of Anabel and the father of her child. If I explained my profession to her, she would believe me almost instantly rather than Anabel would in that state. She wouldn't want to cling onto any false hope or implications. It

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