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Misfortune

Inside her front door, Catherine reached into her pocket and removed a miniature jade Buddha. Wealthy enough to buy a boxcar of trinkets, she couldn’...

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The Squid

When I walked into my living room and saw it, I thought I was daydreaming and it was just Butch, our German Shepherd laying on the sofa, but when I o...

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A Sleight of Hand

She tips back her head and shakes the canteen over her open mouth, praying for one more drop. One last wet lick. But like yesterday, and this morning...

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They Died with their Boots On

"You could screw a woman for a pack of Lucky Strikes.” I listened.“It wasn’t the way you see it in the movies, maybe that D-Day one with what’s his n...

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Monsieur Picardy

by Norman A. RubinMadame Edythe Picardy was greatly respected by all the staff at the Clermont Spa. The manager of the watering place bowed and scr...

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Tragic Love

We've all been there - Editor by Keely ChristensenI’ll start out by saying that it was not the perfect romance. We were not the perfect couple, and w...

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The Haunting at Midnight

The old man walked gingerly down the dim lighted back alley official known as Keegan Street.  Once a bustling commercial area of Porterville, th...

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De-Evolution

We went in because we like visiting thrift stores; so we were a little disappointed once we were inside.It looked more like a cross between a pawn sh...

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