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Jul 30

Faerie Killer: Chapter Nine

 Chapter Nine The folk dance festival was held in a football field at a high school in Northridge, and since it was sponsored by the local community center, it wasn’t funded well enough to hire more than local groups. Fortunately, they had a stage large enough to accommodate both the Black Dog Morris Men and …

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Jul 23

Faerie Killer: Chapter Eight

  Chapter Eight When Kit came back from her run, Fenwick was waiting in Chris’ living room. He was slouching in Chris’ most comfortable leather chair, playing a game on his phone. Fenwick was a big guy, six and a half feet tall, with legs like tree trunks and a barrel-like chest covered in curly …

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Jul 16

Faerie Killer: Chapter Seven

    Chapter Seven Jackie bent over her leg to stretch it, and used her hand to keep her hair off the scuffed white linoleum floor of the high school cafeteria that her Morris side used for a practice area. When she was done, she held on to the folded table for support while she …

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Jul 12

Book Review: And the Band Played On

And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic by Randy Shilts This book has just about everything I like in a non-fiction. It’s got science, medicine, high stakes, historical significance, and modern relevance. Trying to figure out why it wasn’t more compelling to me, I had to look no further than the …

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Jul 11

Book Review: The Jungle

The Jungle by Upton Sinclair I have a tendency to be easily swayed by arguments, so I asked a well-read friend for an antidote to Ayn Rand’s ATLAS SHRUGGED. She suggested this book. If I ever get that wish where you get to resurrect people and have them at a dinner party, I’m going to …

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