by Gabriella Herkert There are so many cool ways to knock people off. You have to have a natural bent toward the dark side, of course, but the methodology appeals to the airier, more creative brain cells. Since I didn’t want to get famous under the heading stupid criminals, I knew I’d have to carefully [...]
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by Gabriella Herkert ‘When you first trudged off to kindergarten,’ her mother began. ‘I failed the bar exam,’ Anne hiccupped, her voice breaking. ‘You don’t understand. I totally messed up.’ ‘When you first trudged off to kindergarten,’ her mother repeated, ‘I was concerned about you academically. Learning new things. Reading, writing.’ ‘Everything I worked for [...]
by Gabriella Herkert‘At least tell me why. I deserve that much.’ ‘Over is over, Ron.’ Liza folded her favorite red silk blouse and put it into the suitcase. The bedroom closet was still full of crisp white blouses and tailored slacks. She closed the half-full suitcase with a snap.