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AIN’T GOOD

“Look at all them owls in that tree,” said Lowell. His jowls wobbled as he wiped sweat from his face with an already soaked and disgusting orange sleeve. Harvey wrinkled his nose. The putrid scent blowing down the hill wasn’t … Continue reading

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JUST FRUITS

As Professor Jacob’s wife bit into the last pear in the basket, Michael couldn’t help but grin. It had to be the one he’d poisoned and had delivered anonymously earlier today. All he had to do was wait for her … Continue reading

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LESSON LEARNED

“You’re nothing but a thief, a leach living off people’s dreams,” someone yelled. Jay froze, hand inches from banging on Mr. Smith’s front door. He’d been thinking those same words as he slogged down the snow-covered driveway. So excited that … Continue reading

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Forever Hold Your Peace

Blaine eyed the neatly displayed refreshments just outside the chapel and clenched his fists. Fruit punch and tea weren’t what he wanted, unless they were spiked with bourbon. His stomach twisted. This had to be done. It was his duty, … Continue reading

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FLOWERS

Tears stained her face as she slipped from the car. A loud snore made her jump and cringe. Last night’s beating marred her face. He never let her stop here, the one place that made her happy. If he woke….She … Continue reading

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Death For Sale

“I’m telling you, Eric, You don’t want this car. It’s jinxed. Every one of its thirteen owners’ was murdered. I looked it up.” “Nonsense, Carl. She’s just a classic with an interesting history. Check her out. Hot and sexy. It’s … Continue reading

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Tough Stuff

“I won’t tell nobody,” said Tabs. “I swear, Oscar, your secret’s safe with me.” Oscar’s tail swished back and forth, the gray fur bristled out. Then he dug his claws into the tabby and grinned, watching Tabs’ eyes grow wide. … Continue reading

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