Monthly Archives: March 2013

Crime Doesn’t Pay (But Parking is Another Story)

The late afternoon sun sparkled on the river before us. On the patio of the restaurant, we sipped wine and listened to the crash of the Atlantic surf in the distance while our pup, Carson, inspected the base of a … Continue reading

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A Case of Mistaken Identity

“It was one of those moments when you think there’s a problem, but you’re not entirely sure. A red flag pops up in the back of your mind and blood stops running to your extremities because you believe you’re about to … Continue reading

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Midlife Collage

With my second novel, A Movable Marriage, at the editor’s desk, I’m keeping busy with writing essays and short stories. Following is the start of “A Case of Mistaken Identity.” “My husband and I moved to Portugal last year. When he had to … Continue reading

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