Father Kiesler’s Visit & The Fish Market

Months had passed since the horrific ordeal at St. Albertus Magnus and since Father Kiesler had been hospitalized. He was back at the rectory and had returned to his duties. They saw each other on Saturdays when he visited Mrs. Wiesenthal and during the week when she was on campus but it wasn't enough. They …

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Twenty Questions

Velma studied him. "No need to look so uptight, Mr. Gray. I just wanted to let you know that Kiskadee Records was extremely impressed with your ad layout." "Oh." He was very relieved to hear that. "As I said on Friday, you did an outstanding job which is what I always expect from you." "Thank …

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Mr. Pendlebury’s Suspicion

"Antonia, I suggested to Martina and Laird that I wanted to have dinner with her parents the night before the wedding and they both said it was a good idea." "Won't Laird--and Martina be there?" "No. Just the two of us and her parents." "Are you going to have the dinner here?" "No, at a …

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Housekeeping

As she put the flowers in the vase, she watched the closed bedroom door. He probably had a woman in there with him. Probably some socialite he met at one of those swanky parties or dinners he was always attending. She was getting sick and tired of it. Granted, she was just his housekeeper and …

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Adina and Asriel Hook Up

Adina was walking down the sidewalk when she spotted Asriel coming in her direction. It was the first time she was seeing him since his break up with Linda. "Are you going to preach to me about forgiveness?" he asked dryly. "I know you're bitter towards your father and that's understandable." "It's good to know …

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Led by God

Roman was in the park, tying the laces on his running shoes when Janice walked up to him.  He glanced up.  "What are you doing here?" he asked. "I'm here to see you, of course," she replied.  "I missed you yesterday.  We all did, especially the kids.  The annual church picnic just wasn't the same …

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