The Reporter by Kelly Lange

Reporter Maxi Poole couldn’t take her eyes off the bizarre translucent coffin, and the man lying inside on a bed of ruched white satin, with a smile on his face, and holding a set of onyx rosary beads in both hands — her ex-husband. Rosary beads? she thought. But he was Jewish. And smiling? He […]

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Bad Seed by Beth Saulnier

The nastiest marriage in Walden County history ended a couple of yards from where it started, on the supernaturally green lawn of the university chapel. The fact that it ended surprised exactly no one — especially those who’d attended the ceremony, which had culminated in such aggressive rice throwing on the part of the bride […]

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