By Karen L. McKee

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Michael Bellis smirked and held his hand steady as if this was a test. Well, she would not fail it. She hauled her hand inside her sleeve and lightly caught his fingers for a single shake, keeping the fabric between their flesh. Bellis’s brows rose and he turned to her Papa. ” There was laughter and taunting and perhaps admiration. He stepped past Khadija towards the kitchen door and she hurriedly caught her father’s arm to follow. “You see him out, Pishogay. ” Dismissed, she followed Michael Bellis into the haunted house.

She hauled her hand inside her sleeve and lightly caught his fingers for a single shake, keeping the fabric between their flesh. Bellis’s brows rose and he turned to her Papa. ” There was laughter and taunting and perhaps admiration. He stepped past Khadija towards the kitchen door and she hurriedly caught her father’s arm to follow. “You see him out, Pishogay. ” Dismissed, she followed Michael Bellis into the haunted house. At the door he grabbed a petu—a traditional shawl—off a peg and swung it around his shoulders against the cool so that standing in the gloom he could almost have been any Kaabulay she saw on the streets.

Her father’s laughter broke her sense of horror. “Pishogay, you goad our guest. Didn’t I tell you, Michael? Khadija, Michael is family. He has brought medical supplies and word of the outside to Kaabul all these years. ” She knew what that meant. She glared at Michael Bellis. This man had brought secret supplies, had operated secretly under the Taliban. Had placed her father and brother in danger by his very presence. And now Yaqub was dead. She eased to standing. ” She looked at Michael Bellis—the smuggler of medical supplies—and other things, she was sure.

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