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Have you ever walked down the road, and saw a pie cooling in an old lady's window sill?The temptation of taking it and eating it is there, but can you resist?Ann, in The Painted Door by Sinclair Ross, couldn't resist the temptation that was in front of her.After her husband, John, had left to go visit his father, the storm outside got worse, and the chances of him coming home got slimmer.But John had arranged his younger, better looking neighbour to come over for dinner, and to help with some chores.Once John had left for his fathers, he had left his wife to paint the house unsupervised, unfortunately that wasn't the only thing he left unsupervised.After hours of loneliness, Steven had finally shown up.He assured Ann that John wouldn't be coming home, and if anything happened between them, no-one would find out.He offered himself throughout the night, and kept reassuring that John wouldn't be coming.Finally, Ann gave in, and they had slept together.But Ann saw some shadows that she though could have been John, but ruled them out as a dream.In the morning, the curtain that was hung over the door was loose, from the so called wind.But when John was found later that day, it was assumed that he had died because of the cold, and wasn't going in the right direction.But when Ann examined the body, she noticed the paint on John's hand which came from the wet paint on the door, which means he was in the shadows, and he loosened the curtains, and most importantly, saw the affair in action. Which means he meant to be walking in the direction he was found.