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Fiction - Year V - Number 32 - January 2020

    COLD WAR GIRL by William R. Stoddart

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    COLD WAR GIRLby William R. Stoddart                It was a long death in a short life. Aunt Tanya died from a proliferation of white blood cells, the end coming just shy of her half-century birthday....

    ONE LONG NIGHT by Jay Hookham

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    MY ROOM IN SAVILLEby Peter Fraser Six hours on the highway brought me back into Spain from Lisbon. How can you get tired, just sitting in a bus, staring out a window? It’s not possible....

    MY ROOM IN SAVILLE by Peter Fraser

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    MY ROOM IN SAVILLEby Peter Fraser Six hours on the highway brought me back into Spain from Lisbon. How can you get tired, just sitting in a bus, staring out a window? It’s not possible....

    TELL HER by Denise Cloutier

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    TELL HERby Denis Cloutier Ellen had been married to Richard Miller for twenty years and three months on the day he died.  He’d been losing his battle with cancer for the better part of a...

    CHEAP DATE IDEA: DEFILING A GRAVE by Michael Gillen

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    CHEAP DATE IDEA: DEFILING A GRAVEby Michael Gillen The sun was transiting Capricorn, his tarot reading that morning was an upright star, and he had done self-affirmations all morning. David was ready to put himself...

    THE LADY WITH THE TWENTY-FIVE-LETTER ALPHABET by Richard Rose

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    THE LADY WITH THE TWENTY-FIVE-LETTER ALPHABETby Richard Rose The bookshop had been quiet for most of the morning but on hearing the bell signifying that a potential customer was entering, Mr Hope glanced towards the...

    POSSESSED by Andrea Carlisle

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    POSSESSEDby Andrea Carlisle Jane became aware of someone coming up close behind her in the crowded checkout line, so close she could hear breathing. When she turned to look, she saw a pale, thirty-something woman...

    GRAVITY by Yvette Schnoeker-Shorb

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    GRAVITYby Yvette Schnoeker Shorb The two professors might as well have been talking in another language, for their conversation was most definitely beyond the interests of those who considered themselves ordinary. The Comparative Literature and...

    TAMALANE ОF PETROGRAD by Virginia Marybury

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    TAMALANE OF PETROGRADby Virginia Marybury Of all the flat, marshy edges of western Petrograd, nowhere was as haunted by former people as St Basil’s Island, that diamond delta in the river’s throat. One cold November...

    WATCHING by Leandro Almeida

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    WATCHINGby Leandro Almeida Have you ever gotten the feeling someone is watching you? Those chills down your spine? That sense of unease, or the prickling on your neck? Objects no longer in the spots you...