there will come soft market shares

It was almost lunchtime when the second wave of bombers came. The first wave had finished by half past ten, which left enough time for Thurston Moncton to sweep the rubble off his desk and find what was left of his coffee cup. This time, the entire eastern wall of the office had been blownContinue reading “there will come soft market shares”

the doctor and the pale man

The coughing started up again late one afternoon. A blood orange sun was setting over the dusty fields of rural Kansas as a gentle breeze carried off the last of the warm autumn air. Baby Jo – Josephine Krugs, as it was written on the thick, yellowish birth certificate Pa had traveled half a dayContinue reading “the doctor and the pale man”