What Else is There to Say By Emily Verona Mystery Tribune

What Else is There to Say? By Emily Verona

There’s a gun in the lockbox above the refrigerator. Don’t expect it to go off though. This ain’t one of those stories, where a pistol is mentioned at the very start, almost in passing, and then used later on to carry out some grisly deed. I’ve heard stories like that—have told stories like that. This ain’t one of them. But it’s important to know that the gun was there—it had always been there, between the big red broken flashlight and […]
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