Fiction - Year IV - Number 23 - April 2019

    DISTRACTIONS by John Himmelheber

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    DISTRACTIONSby John Himmelheber My arms full of groceries, mostly light stuff but a couple heavy things, I was just leaving the Giant Grocery south of Baltimore. I had to adjust the load once to avoid...

    ROAD RAGE by Sharon Frame Gay

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    ROAD RAGEby Sharon Frame Gay The police told our family that Jason, my husband, died instantly when his car swerved off the road and down a steep ravine. That's not true. It's what police like...

    WANTED MAN by Anahit Petrosyan

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    WANTED MANby Anahit Petrosyan Now that he was suspended, Levi lied down in the back seat of his car and closed his eyes, going back three weeks to when he had been assigned this undercover...

    THOSE LOVELY FAMILY MOMENTS by Wendy Thornton

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    THOSE LOVELY FAMILY MOMENTSby Wendy Thornton Once when I was a single parent, I took my daughter camping. At the time, I was determined to do all the fun things I did when I was...

    BOSON’S BEST by Keay Davidson

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    BOSON'S BESTby Keay Davidson This is the story of how Ester the apple farmer and her trusty sidekick Nick became the heroes of Boson. Of course, I must inform you that once you enter Boson,...

    A TABLE SET FOR FIVE by Jacqueline Rosenbaum

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    A TABLE SET FOR FIVEby Jacqueline Rosenbaum I think back to the map she drew, scanned and emailed to me. Addressed to My Precious Daughter. Arrows that pointed my theoretical, my inevitable movement. X’s to indicate the...

    A TABLE, FOR TWO by Gary Jaycox

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    A TABLE, FOR TWOby Gary Jaycox F It was ten minutes before Two on a Tuesday afternoon when I cracked open the door to O’Shea’s Tavern. I was early and that was fine with me....