Matilda

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Matilda pushes the tears out of her eyes with her fists, fast, faster, as if punching herself in the face. Jose’s body lies in a puddle of blood, and in her fury she sees the puddle changing colours and draping her feet, like the murky waters of the Papaloapan River of Veracruz.

Matilda screamed when she shot Eduardo. She dropped the gun and ran for dear life and didn’t stop until L.A. where she served in a restaurant, then ran again and didn’t…

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