Paragon Publishing, 2010 - 122 pages
Living and working in the dark takes a certain kind of people, the people that sleep all day, the ones who are happy to miss the sunrise, the sunsets and you're happy to pass them in the street under the lamp posts, in the shadows, and outside the shop windows while you are walking along without even a second glance but should you be so blase? Maybe you should give them a second thought after all.
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