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How Sweet to Have a Home in Heaven

Cherry Vanover was staring out the room’s one long Victorian window, naked except for a pair of red-and-white striped six-dollar-a-pair stockings, and seated in a ladderback chair beside the high four-poster bed. Whatever it was she saw, I thought it … Continue reading

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It Takes Money, Son

Rulon left early Saturday morning, as he did six out of seven days, negotiating Comanche Drive’s steep hill with more than his usual caution. The plows and salt trucks had been through during the night, but the narrow asphalt of … Continue reading

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