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Kur blinked in the cold darkness of a derelict hut. Dusty cobwebs encrusted the thatched roof and plastered the earthen walls. Shards of smashed cauldrons were strewn about the floor along with broken pottery and torn goat skins. The air held a mustiness that insulted Kur's nostrils and confirmed that the hut had been uninhabited for a long time. "How can this be possible?" he said, shaking his head. "If Aunt Arika has been dead for eleven moons then who has been sending me all those letters for the past twelvemonth." Maiha moved from the threshold were he had stood for the last half an hour while he watched his confouded friend. He swept a scraggy hand over his bald cranium and sighed. "I can not account for that." Kur's bloodshot eyes held Maiha's brown ones. "Yesterday at noontide I received a letter from her. A letter takes merely two days to travel from Akuji to Huu by post. She could not have possibly sent me that letter from the grave, and it told nothing of her demise." "Wh
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Kur blinked in the cold darkness of a derelict hut. Dusty cobwebs encrusted the thatched roof and plastered the earthen walls. Shards of smashed cauldrons were strewn about the floor along with broken pottery and torn goat skins. The air held a mustiness that insulted Kur's nostrils and confirmed that the hut had been uninhabited for a long time. "How can this be possible?" he said, shaking his head. "If Aunt Arika has been dead for eleven moons then who has been sending me all those letters for the past twelvemonth." Maiha moved from the threshold were he had stood for the last half an hour while he watched his confouded friend. He swept a scraggy hand over his bald cranium and sighed. "I can not account for that." Kur's bloodshot eyes held Maiha's brown ones. "Yesterday at noontide I received a letter from her. A letter takes merely two days to travel from Akuji to Huu by post. She could not have possibly sent me that letter from the grave, and it told nothing of her demise." "Wh
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