“Yakub,” the young woman said while keeping her eyes focused on the floor.
“They will put me in jail if you don’t do this thing for them.” She spoke with remoteness, like her words were rehearsed. Most likely they were.
“Wanda? You are alive.” Father Yakub’s voice was filled with wonder.
The young woman repeated her words. “They will put me in their awful jail if you don’t do this thing for them.”
The same rehearsed sound in the voice, but as she lifted her face, her eyes filled with emotion. She stared, and her eyes spoke to Father Paskievich of the time in the recent past when they had been teenagers together, and he had been her trusted older brother.Read More
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