Month: February 2010

Sentimental Jamboree

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Not many houses smell of cigarettes in the morning anymore. He used to smoke cigars, dusting the ash into an upturned oyster shell he’d pocketed on the King’s Road. He’d ­left since, in his green Jowett Javelin, back seat chocked full of chipped candlesticks and muddy army boots, bound for antique fairs and his Sunday afternoon friends. Lighting a Capstan cigarette, she snapped the lid of her lighter back and placed it on “Memories for […]