The Samaritan Woman By Brendan DuBois

The Samaritan Woman By Brendan DuBois

It was late afternoon and Photine Antos Young thought it was time to call her dog back from his romp in the wet field, when she spotted the shape walking along the abandoned railroad tracks, about a hundred yards way.  She stood still, watched intently, not moving.  Her dog Tucker was bounding to the left, which was good, because that meant her dog couldn’t be seen by the figure, stumbling and moving along off there to the right. A man, […]
To access this content, you must purchase Mystery Tribune Digital Subscription.

Log In

Enter username or email
More Stories
The Path I Took By Andrew Welsh-Huggins
The Path I Took By Andrew Welsh-Huggins