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    THE RESCUE by Elie Axelroth

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    THE RESCUEby Elie Axelroth The stranger who rescued him was a dark-skinned woman. He heard the swish of her silky dress, the clicking of high heels as she approached...

    GORSE by Ben Rosenthal

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    GORSEby Ben Rosenthal They picked up Wild Gorse at McCarren International and there he was, dragging a reptile skin embossed travel case. He wore a mackerel-colored seersucker meant to...

    TRUTH ACCORDING TO MICHAEL, Chapters 7-8 By Stevan V. Nikolic

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    TRUTH ACCORDING TO MICHAELA novel by Stevan V. Nikolic Chapter Seven - The Second American Woman        That Wednesday at the regular House Meeting attended by...

    HIM By Rebekah Coxwell

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    HIM By Rebekah Coxwell She had been sure it was him. That bald head. The confident way he planted his feet about a foot apart. He knew there was no one that could throw him off...

    THE WONDERER by David Massey

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    THE WONDERERBy David Massey In all times Eadwine has known the loneliness of a Frankenstein’s monster, without father, mother, or natural ties, and little wonder is it that the...

    WHITE IS THE COLDEST COLOUR By John Nicholl

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    WHITE IS THE COLDEST COLOUR                                                                          Chapter 3 Cynthia Galbraith rose at 5:30 a.m. on Friday 10, January, as she invariably did on days when her...

    DO YOU KNOW HOW FAST YOU WERE GOING? By Jeffrey Kass

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    DO YOU KNOW HOW FAST YOU WERE GOING?By Jeffrey Kass “Freeze boy!” the officer shouted as he drew his 9 mm handgun and pointed it right at the kid’s...

    HUNTER AND HUNTED by Judy Bee and Antaeus

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    HUNTER AND HUNTEDby Judy Bee and Antaeus Dudleyville, Arizona, population 959The blond-haired young man, whose mother called him "Angel Face," clutched the knife tightly as he stalked me through...

    HORSE COUNTRY by Barbara Bottner

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    HORSE COUNTRYby Barbara Bottner I’ve only agreed to accompany my husband Dan to have Sunday brunch with a Paul somebody because I’m terrified when I imagine him talking to...

    A RUSSIAN STORY – By Steven Pelcman

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    A RUSSIAN STORYBy Steven Pelcman Masha wasn’t a beautiful woman but she had an inner beauty and she made a man feel good because she was strong, able to...