‘I’ve sometimes regretted the women I’ve been.
There have been so many: daughter, sister, cop, tough broad, several kinds of whore, jilted lover, ideal wife, heroine, killer.
I’ll provide the truth of them all, inasmuch as I’m capable of telling the truth.
Keeping secrets, telling lies, they require the same skill. Both become a habit, almost an addiction, that’s hard to break even with the people closest to you, out of the business.
They say never trust a woman who tells you her age; if she can’t keep that secret, she can’t keep yours.
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