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The Wait

Brittany hated visiting the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, but her grandfather insisted. He’d survived slave labor and building the railway through Thailand. He wanted to visit old friends. Brittany was unmoved. “It wasn’t my war,” she pointed out. She only wanted … Continue reading

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The Pies

They had seen it written everywhere on the way home. It was written on the roadway, on sidewalks, on fences. It was spray painted onto an angry house cat. “The Pies.” “My god,” whispered Landon as they drove under a … Continue reading

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