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Fiction - Year III - Number 10 - November 2017

    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITH? By Raymond Arcangel

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    WHO YOU’RE DEALING WITHBy Raymond Arcangel Nothing ever looked like it did in the movies. No cozy warm lounge, a half-dozen chairs of leather and wood with their backs...

    THE LADY OF THE HOUSE by Dennis J. Dymek

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    THE LADY OF THE HOUSEBy Dennis J. Dymek No one quite remembered anymore when Bob and Emily Taylor had moved into their remote cottage on the outskirts of town....

    THE DELUGE by Gracjan Kraszewski

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    THE DELUGEBy Gracjan Kraszewski “We’d like to extend a special welcome to any viewers joining us following that wild conclusion to the Atlanta-Carolina game. What a finish, huh, Bob?”“That’s...

    EASTERLY by Ronald Kovach

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    EASTERLYBy Ronald Kovach Lately I have been studying the towering silver maple tree in my neighbor’s yard two doors down, and the burden it poses for me in an...

    O MITO DA FÉNIX de Vera Lúcia Gonçalves

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    O MITO DA FÉNIX   De Vera Lúcia Gonçalves Quando me debruço sobre a mitologia grega tendo a abrandar sempre no mito da Fénix. Há algo nela que...

    THE OPPONENT by Mark Hannon

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    THE OPPONENTBy Mark Hannon He sat on a folding chair, dripping sweat, his heart rate slowing down, the fight over for several minutes. Feeling the water run down his...

    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...

    HOOK MAN by Michael Warren

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    HOOK MANBy Michael Warren “That’s bull-shit!  There’s no such thing as a Hook Man.”  Inky was quite certain on this point.  “That’s just a story.”There were five of them: ...

    DO IT YOURSELF FINISHING SCHOOL by Debra Leigh Scott

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    DO IT YOURSELF FINISHING SCHOOLBy Debra Leigh Scott It started because I couldn’t abide crudeness in my life.  All around me I see crude and rude behavior,...

    THE CAPPUCCINO by David Heath

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    THE CAPPUCCINOBy David Heath  Jackie Jacobs, helping sort and organize clothing items donated for the church rummage sale, came across a woman’s tangerine linen jacket just like the one...