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“And I’d put money on the woman being Mrs. Baxter.”

The Collected Short Stories“A WOMAN,” KATE SAID. “The powder burns weren’t just on the shirt, they were under the flap of the pocket. Would Sturgus let a man get that close? And it was a .22, small, easy to use. And I’d put money on the woman being Mrs. Baxter.”

—“Under the Influence”

 

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One thought on ““And I’d put money on the woman being Mrs. Baxter.”

  1. Mechelle Andrews says:

    The only problems I have with e books are that I can’t get the author’s signature and many of my elderly reader friends do not have celectronic devices. They are having to wait to purchase print books based on whether the e version sells well.

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