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The Zero-Rings

Hobbs pushed his cart along. It was nearly full. At the twelfth hole, he stopped, pulled his forearm across his soaked brow and bent down. “Dead as a doornail,” he said and rolled over the body. A young man in … Continue reading

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The Righteous Samaritan

Like millions of people, Kevin Mitchell Reiner sat in front of his television waiting for the verdict. The bailiff took the piece of paper from the jury foreman and handed it to the judge. The judge read the decision in … Continue reading

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A. Laughlin, Killer

Killing came easily to Anthony Laughlin. Seductive in its simplicity. “Effortless,” he’d once heard an artist say of the way he crafted his abstract paintings, at a gallery opening. Laughlin thought about his gift as a killer in much the … Continue reading

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In Darkness

You could ask me why I am sitting here with my eyes closed and hands clasped purposefully in my lap. Ready, in absolute darkness. You could ask me that. Some have. I would not respond. I’ve never responded. But you … Continue reading

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