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Light Up My Life

Sylvie was flighty, losing her pocketbook, glasses, cell phone – something – every time she came back from one of those lab visits that paid for her...

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The Delicate Hours

Eleanor heard the footsteps. Instinctively she clutched at the collar of her robe, pulling the already constricting, conservative cut of the cloth ev...

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Favours

I'll scratch yours - Editor by Richard KeaneIn Brad’s world, money could only get you so far, but do a favour for the right person and doors would op...

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The Waiting Room

I was inclined to turn to the woman sitting beside me and ask, “Do you see me?” I really wanted to, but if she could I figured it would creep her out...

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The Doll

Hayden had gotten the doll in the mail. She didn’t know who it was from, seeing as there was no name on the box and no return address. The doll was...

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One Bad Peach

When a rain comes down like this, there is plenty of time to consider your situation.  The soft pattering on the roof.  The gentle thumping...

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Tiffany Blue

There were three maybe four of them. When I saw them sneaking in, I grabbed my rifle from atop the mantle and hurried from my house to a position beh...

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Train B-7

A crowd gathered at Davenport, Iowa Train Station. Murmurs and hushes traveled through the peering heads. The attention of about a dozen pairs of eye...

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