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“Nooooo,” she screamed, echoing Ralph’s heart attack sounds.

“Mei-Lin.”  Dr. Abernathy sprang forward.  “Dear Mei-Lin,” he whispered, “I’m sorry.  It was the pacemaker that failed.  My technician in Cardiology called.  He just analyzed the data.  There was outside interference with the signal I used to monitor Ralph.  I’ll have all the details — the source of interference — when I get to the hospital in the morning.”

 

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My fiction has appeared in Bewildering Stories, Big Pulp, Every Day Fiction, Liquid Imagination, OG Short Fiction, Paradigm Journal, Pif Magazine, Short Fiction World, Short-Story.Me, Southern Fried Weirdness, The Short Humour Site, and Everyday Weirdness . Two volumes of short stories, Cruising the Green of Second Avenue, have been published by Wild Child ( ).





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