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A Strange Meeting…Fifteen…Finis or The End

“I like the spikes on you head,” said Lexi.  “It’s a good look for you guys.  Kind of scary, and very in right now, especially among teenagers and those in their early twenties.  They’re doing a lot of scaring and … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Fourteen

“If it was a mattress store I could understand it, but a coffee shop?  Don’t they have any respect for the beans at all?” “People overlook the obvious,” said Merlin. “I guess, but where’s the dragon?” “Did you expect one … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Thirteen

“Why did you leave the three bodies in the back room?” asked Lexi, staring at the old man. “I mean, you’re MERLIN, for goodness sake.  Surely, you could have made them disappear.” “I could have,” he said, smiling at her, … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Twelve

The bookstore was lit up, the twinkle lights sparkling.  Parker and Lexi were through the door before Bill was out of the backseat.  They both sighed in relief, as they saw the old man standing behind the counter. “I’m sorry, … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Ten

“Best pizza ever,” she sighed, pushing the empty box away from her. “Crust so thin and crisp, mmmmmmmm.” “Agree,” said Parker, wiping his hands on a paper napkin.  “Delicious.” “I’m too full for caramel corn.  After four bags of french … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Eleven

“Does she always talk that way?” asked Bill, grabbing another piece of toast. “Only when she’s saying something,” said Parker. Bill nodded.  “We don’t know if more of us are tagged.  It’s not looking good and three others aren’t responding.” … Continue reading

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A Strange Meeting…Nine

“That might make sense,” she said.  “Look, you stay in the car and I’ll go in, that way we can keep the heat going.  Do you want anything special?” “Cheese on the popcorn, plain caramel corn please, and surprise me … Continue reading

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