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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 At that time nobody had died. Durant survived the plane crash on the Potomac river—that...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 We didn’t have any money when we first arrived, so we took a place next...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 Spotsylvania Wilderness, May 6, 1864. Third day of battle. Evil location: dark woods, thick scrub,...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 You were in the kitchen, reaching to the highest shelf, for the last can of...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 -1- They are lost, well, maybe not quite lost, how can they be, there are...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 As a friendly, well-adjusted, liberal (in the best senses) sort of woman, Joanne had none...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 Mrs. Patel is knocking at her neighbor’s door. It’s not her next door neighbor; it’s...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 For Ann and Doug Bailey Cecil sat on the train wearing his charcoal business suit,...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 Mother Alice did things that nobody could explain, like that day when Sam came up...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.3, Sept. 2010 Chittity, chack, chittity, chack, all night, all night. The train sways and sways and I...
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