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The Mercedes had once been luxurious, and I settled into the black Rexine of the deep back seat.
Anton murmured, prodding with his toecap at my Rexine night-bag.
Nor the big car with tinted windows, blacker than a hearse, which slunk into our street to collect them each morning, a needlessly surreptitious exchange, as though there was no relish in the activity unless it appeared illicit—so many lined pelts smuggled out like human remains in unmarked Rexine traveling bags, so many waiting to be lined smuggled in through Selick Washinsky’s back door.