View From the Sixth Floor by Elizabeth Newton

Chapter 1 “The world is made up of two classes – the hunters and the huntees.” ― Richard Connell, The Most Dangerous Game I’d always wanted to see London at Christmas. When the boys were small George and I didn’t feel as though we could leave them at Christmas. We believed, as many young people do, there would be plenty of opportunities to have adventures when our sons were grown and had their own families. Then the boys finished college and got married and there was debt and soon grandchildren. And we couldn’t bear to miss those holidays with the little ones. Soon after Matt moved to Boston with his family George started to get sick.

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