Dead to Rights

“Don’t move!” she demanded, pistol squarely directed at him. She breathed, the rhythm of the air moving in and out the periphery of her focus. The man before her was far more important. There was a shiver. An admittance to the fear hidden under her flesh. She didn’t want to pull the trigger. The man …

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That Simple Smile

She entered through the door in a hurry.  The rain outside was coming down in droves.  Her outfit was saturated despite the umbrella she carried.  No one seemed to notice her entrance as it had matched so many before her, and undoubtedly it would match many after. I smiled as her eyes scanned the room …

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